Bristol chippy boss speaks out against troll

A chip shop boss in Bristol, UK, who received a 1 star Trip Advisor review from a customer who was served by a tattooed member of staff has responded. The customer at the Fenham Fish Bar left a review stating that tattoos were ‘not the best look to front your business’ and also referred to staff members as ‘low grade’. Bosses have leapt to the defence of the staff member and responded by saying ‘tattoos have nothing to do with how good you are at your job.’ The shop has also shared the exchange on Facebook.

Jonah Hill reveals rocking tattoos

Movie star Jonah Hill has shown off an arm load of tattoos while on a stroll. The 35-year-old star was on a break when he was spotted wearing olive trousers and a striped grey shirt that revealed his inks. His newest tattoo, which says ‘Hello Beanie’ is a tribute to his younger sister, Beanie Feldstein, who scored a leading role in the Broadway show ‘Hello Dolly’. The tattoo accompanies the spider’s web and skeleton cowboy inked on his left arm.

British reality TV star removes Michael Jackson tattoos

Following the airing of the explosive documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’, in which two men accused Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them when they were younger, British reality TV star Dan Osborne has removed his tattoo of the late pop star. Despite claiming earlier in the year that the King of Pop was innocent of the accusations surrounding him, The Only Way Is Essex (TOWIE) cast member and Celebrity Big Brother 22 housemate has had his sleeve of the pop legend removed. Only the outline now shows – barely. He hasn’t yet commented on the removal of the sleeve.

LeBron James’ tattoo artist makes law suit progress

Jimmy Hayden, a tattoo artist who inked up the basketball star LeBron James and others, has made progress in his lawsuit against game makers Take Two Interactive, who made the ‘NBA 2K’ video game. Hayden claimed in the lawsuit that the game had infringed copyright and included tattoos on computer-generated versions of James, Tristan Thompson and Danny Green without his permission. Judge Christopher Boyd ruled that Hayden could seek statutory damages regarding copyright violations but only to ‘NBA 2K17’ and ‘NBA 2K18’, since Hayden registered the trademarks for the tattoos in 2016 but the 2016 version was released the year before.

Game of Thrones tattoo studio appears in London

A Game of Thrones-themed tattoo studio will open in London for two days – the 16th and 17th April 2019. The Circle studio in central Soho will receive a Seven Kingdoms style makeover and the two day takeover will mark the last ever series of the popular fantasy adventure show. Streaming service NOW TV will offer 100 fans the chance to get inked up for free with designs by guest tattooist Lauren Winzer, the lady behind Sophie Turner’s ‘The Pack Survives’ tattoo. 50 advance appointments will be available at the studio and fans can watch an episode from the series while having their tattoo done.