Is this the cringiest tattoo you've ever seen? Woman who let holiday crush choose her design admits it was a 'massive mistake'
Published 03/08/2016 | 13:42
A club rep who let her holiday crush choose her tattoo, admits it was a "massive mistake" after getting an unfortunate word etched on to her body.
Jaimee appeared on E4's new series Tattoo Fixers On Holiday to get the word "sideboob" removed from her... well, em sideboob.
The 20-year-old was working as a club rep in the holiday resort of Malia in Crete when she got the unfortunate tattoo during a moment of spontaneity.
She revealed that she had been chatting to a "fit, tattooed lad" on the street one night and let him choose a tattoo design for her.
"One night I had been chatting to a fit, tattooed lad. I loved that he was talking to me and in that moment I would have done anything he said," she revealed.
"He said 'let's get a tattoo'. I think the tequila took over a bit.
"I didn't know where to get one, I didn't want it anywhere my mum would see it so I asked him to choose."
The next morning, in the sober light of day, Jaimee woke up regretting her decision.
"It was probably one of the worst mornings of my life - and I have woken up next to some states," she admitted.
Jaimee said she knew then that it had been a "massive mistake" and it is now "ruining everything for me" as she's about to start school soon.
"I want it fixed as I am off to drama school," she explained.
"I worry I will look like a tit with a tat."
Luckily for Jaimee, tattoo fixer Sketch was on hand to transform "sideboob" into a pink flower, which was inspired by her mum who is a breast cancer survivor.
"That is amazing, it is the best thing I've ever seen, thank you so much," she said after she saw the results of the fix-it team.
She added that she won't worry about hiding this one from her mother as "she will love it".
"I am going to have my top off all the time," she joked.
Jaimee said that she has learnt from her mistakes and the new design would act as a reminder to her to stop "getting stupid tattoos" in future.