When it comes to the coolest place to get a tattoo, one woman has pretty much got everyone else in the world beaten after she got inked mid-flight. Have a look at the moment below:
While most people go to a tattoo studio to get their ink, one lucky woman had the tattoo artist come to her several thousand feet in the air.
In a video posted on TikTok by tattoo artist Asher, he explained that on a recent flight he was sat next to someone who was planning on getting inked on their trip but didn't know where to go.
Speaking more with the stranger, he explained that he was a tattoo artist and just so happened to have his stuff with him on the flight, offering to give them some ink right then and there.
With an incredibly steady and skilled hand, Asher ended up tattooing 'hello' onto her right arm and she looked very satisfied to join the very exclusive club of people who got their tattoo done mid-flight.
The video ended up going viral and has picked up over four million views, so it's a good thing it shows Asher making sure everything is sanitary and getting permission from the flight attendants.
Asher told BuzzFeed he'd originally meant for the offer to be a joke, but it quickly spiralled into a more serious discussion as 'she seemed to be looking for adventure on the trip'.
He said: "Usually, when I meet my clients, there is either an instant connection where we are on the same page or not.
"I felt very comfortable with her, and she felt very comfortable with me after chatting for a short period of time on the plane."
Loads of people thought Asher being able to give people tattoos mid-flight was incredibly cool, with many commenters saying they'd have been next in line if they'd been on the flight.
One person said Asher was 'awesome for doing this' while another thought it was 'the coolest tattoo backstory' and so many more said they'd love to get a mid-flight tattoo.
Some said getting a tattoo on a plane had 'unlocked a new thing for my bucket list', and the artist was inundated with people asking if he could come on their flight and give them a tattoo high in the sky.
Others weren't quite so positive, with a few people worried about what the tattoo might look like if the plane hit a bit of turbulence which jostled the artist's arm.
A few wondered whether it could really be as hygienic as the video claimed, however, with the tattoo artist showing himself keeping everything as clean as possible with what was available to him on the plane.
More questioned 'how the hell did he get that through TSA' and wondered why Asher was able to bring enough of his tattoo equipment with him onto the plane to actually give someone ink when they weren't allowed to take over 100ml of liquids.
Still, you've got to respect the skills and steady hand of someone who can give a tattoo mid-flight without making a mess of things.