Factory worker gets royal wedding tattoo with wrong date

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    When factory worker Stephen Nesbitt decided he wanted to celebrate last week's royal wedding by getting a tattoo on his thigh he reasonably assumed the tattoo artist would know when the national celebration was taking place.


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    Unfortunately for the 33-year-old however he was wrong and when he went to get: ‘Good Luck William and Kate’ with April 29 permanently inked on his body he got something slightly different.

    Instead of tattooing Friday’s date on his Mr Nesbitt’s thigh, tattooist Alan Fleck inked April 28 at the end of the good luck message.

    Mr Fleck has agreed to refund the cost of the tattoo after the mistake was pointed out but Mr Nesbitt doesn’t appear that fussed with his incorrect tattoo.


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