Next time when you step in The Harvester in Solihull, west central England, to gobble up you daily dose of wine, you’ll be on a high not only with the alcohol, but with tattoos too.
The British pub is offering in-house tattoo service to its customers inked by the hostelry’s resident skin artist and landlord in a converted storeroom.
Phil Jones, a tattoo artist who runs the pub, said:
It seems to be proving very popular with the punters. We have done lots of tattoos and we seem to be getting a lot of enquiries. The most popular style of tattoos are Celtic work, portrait work and tribal.
The incredible idea is, undoubtedly introduced to attract more and more customers. One of my friend, a tattoo artist, who’s also skeptical of the growing atheism, is planning to contact the local church and provide free tattoos to the visitors. A colorful reverence, isn’t it?