Man Gets Jeremy Kyle Tattoo On His Bum
Getting a tattoo is a big commitment - most people spend a lot of time and put a lot of thought into what they're going to get. On the other side of the coin there's Ryan Porter, who has opted for a tattoo of Jeremy Kyle on his arse.
Yup, and to make the whole thing even weirder - if you could imagine such a thing - Ryan isn't even a fan of the daytime TV host.
Ryan, from Newcastle, just wanted a tattoo done by tattooist Jord Liddell and clearly wasn't too fussy on the actual design.
He said: "If you could take the skin off - especially in a few years - I think it would be worth a fortune. I could be sitting on potential gold dust!"
Ryan was just 15 when he got his first tattoo and has since covered himself in ink, but after photos of his arse were shared online some people said he was 'crazy' for getting Jezza's face, particularly as he's not even a fan.
He continued: "I like him [Jezza], but I don't like parts of his show - I think it is public humiliation. But I love art and I love the idea of art being on my skin."
Ryan initially replied after Jord took to his Instagram account to ask if anyone would model for a tattoo.
"I'm skint, but he said, 'If someone is game enough to get Jeremy Kyle tattoo, I'll do it for free,'" he said.
Jord said he was keen to do the Jezza tat, but he wasn't bothered where - it was Ryan who suggested his bum.
He said: "When he said he wanted it on the arse, well, I had to it for free!
"It was a first-come-first-served offer and he was first - but I loved it, and he said I was the only guy he trusted to let me do it."
Ryan's now keen on getting a Jerry Springer tattoo on the other side of his arse and has plans to get Albert Einstein and Biggie Smalls on his back - eclectic.
Speaking about his future tattoos, he added: "I've had some messes over the years - I've even ended up with tattoos I've not asked for.
"I made some silly decision when I was younger, so I'd always make sure I pay someone like Jord who knows what they are doing."
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