A tattoo studio has hit back at a customer who threatened to leave a bad review.
Staff at the Archangel 1608 Tattoo Studio in Glasgow, Scotland, were pretty peeved when they received a message from someone claiming there was a problem with their ink.
The customer told them that their tat wasn't healing properly and they wanted to see if they could get it fixed.
After seeing a photo of the affected area, the studio discovered that the punter hadn't followed their advice and applied cocoa butter after their session to help it heal.
The customer admitted that they had instead used Savlon after being told to do so by their father.
"I've used Savlon cream as my dad says that's better and that's what he used to use," the customer said.
"So if it's not fixed for the end of the month then I'll be leaving a bad review across your social media and we'll see."
This, it will not surprise you, did not go down well at all with the studio.
They hit back: "Savlon? Did your dad do the tattoo for you? Why the f*** are you listening to him instead of the person who actually did it and you paid actual money to?
"Go f***ing right ahead with your s***e review.
"I'll review you right now, you wee f*nny.
"S***e patter, can't follow written instructions. One star out of ten, WOULD NOT TATTOO AGAIN!"
The studio then shared some screenshots of the exchange to its Facebook page, with the caption: "This is from last weekend, and why we've been banging on about aftercare all week. We can only do so much after you've left the studio...
"But defo go with what your dad says, even though he's not been tattooed since he got a tribal skull in the 90s."
Since posting the messages, followers have praised the studio staff for standing up for themselves.
One user wrote: "Prime example of the customer isn't always right... or obv the customer's dad.
"It's magic the way you guys don't bow down to them, they deserve these responses wholeheartedly."
Another quipped: "Maybe next time he should just get his da to tattoo him instead since he seems to be an expert."
A third joked: "I'm surprised his dad didn't suggest Sudocrem, it seems to be the 'one fix all cream'."
While another added: "Love having this argument with people that come into the pharmacy too. Think they should rub Savlon on everything. NOPE."
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