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INK-redible publicity!

By Friday, 22 August 2014 11:07 0

DILLIGAF Bar in Fuengirola port got a surprise last week, when a customer took off his shirt to reveal a tattoo in the name of the bar. The customer had heard of Dilligaf while on holiday and was determined to find it, in order to proudly show off his body art.

The owner of the bar said “I didn’t really know what to expect when this guy suddenly took his shirt off, but as soon as he turned around and showed me his tattoo, I knew that it was too good an opportunity to miss and took a photo of him standing in front of our sign.”

So this got Euro Weekly News thinking; how many other people have the name of a bar, shop or restaurant tattooed on themselves?

It might be a complete coincidence, as in this case, or it might be an act of devotion to forever remind the bearer of a favourite place in their lives.

Whichever it is, EWN would love to hear from you and see your tattoos, so that we can share them with the local community.

Just send an email to [email protected] with your photo as an attachment (jpeg only, less than 2Mb) and we’ll put the best on show on the website for the world to see.

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