Etching Tattoos, for life or for death?

garry hobbisGarry Hobbis must have never imagined that his philanthropic act, in stead of landing in the golden books, would land him in the hospital.

Hobbis was expecting to raise hundreds of pounds with his record tattoo attempt for a meningitis sufferer, whose limbs were amputated after contracting the disease, but was forced to abandon the Herculean attempt when he went into shock.

Where these guys are taking this beautiful art from here? Recently Tattoo artist Paul Blackhall successfully entered his name in the Guinness Book of Records by etching Glen Keizer for 42 hours and 10 minutes. Garry Hobbis was hoping to stretch it for 48 grueling hours and that’s horrific.

Via: BBC

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