27-year-old Adam Marsh has the ultimate blackout tattoo. Not the tattoo style, but in the nature of tattooed-while-under-the-influence.
Marsh has inked the entry-stamp for his favorite nightclub, Che Bar, to avoid the door fee. The fee is £4.
Marsh had gotten the tattoo in Magaluf, on the Spanish island of Majorca, but the nightclub is in his hometown, Barnsley, in South Yorkshire.
While he now regrets his decision, the plan for free entry has worked, and he now has free entry whenever he wants. Marsh does, however, plan to get the hand tattoo covered up “as soon as possible.”
As for the “payoff,” Marsh paid £35 for the drunken tattoo. This means he will have to go to Che Bar over nine times to make the investment worthwhile.
Marsh said he was known for being the “joker of the group,” so while he “can’t even remember getting it done” he is sure that he was up for it at the time.
"When I woke up and saw it I just screamed in madness at myself,” Marsh said.
Marsh wasted no time trying out “the joke” once his “lads” got home from vacation.
"I actually worked at the bar for two years and used to get in for free, so now I feel like a VIP again," he said.
This wasn't the first time that Marsh has woke up with tattoo regrets. He has seven more, including an ill-fated “it's coming home” tattoo, in support to the England soccer team.
Marsh has decided to cover it up with “a more tasteful piece,” such as a rose or a skull, to fully cover up his stamp.
"People actually expect me to go on holiday and get some ridiculous tattoo now, I've made it my thing worryingly," Marsh said. “I'm really going to try not get any daft tattoos again.”