Tattoo Addict Stays Family Man
Chris Dalzell, a chef from Northern Ireland, got his first tattoo when he was 16. Now, at 33-years-old, he has added another 600. He says when he finds a bare patch of skin in the shower, he gets it covered as soon as possible.
This tattoo addict wants to turn into a tattooed human-skeleton, and has spent £28,000, about $37,000 US dollars, covering his body for the cause. While fed up with strangers mocking him on the street, he loves each and every one of his tattoos. He says the only reason to remove them, or to stop, is if his kids doesn’t like them.
“As the kids grow up, if my tattoos ever affect their life I'll get them all laser removed,” Dalzell said. “It's something I wanted to do for myself but if they didn't like me doing it I would go to the extreme of getting every single tattoo removed.”