SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Some women in Springfield are regretting their decision last week to get a tattoo from a door-to-door tattoo salesman. At least one person had to be hospitalized and the others face serious health risks.
Friday night, a man knocked on doors holding a tattoo gun and offering his services. Tamra Eason described the tool as homemade, but still agreed to pay for a tattoo. So did two other women in her apartment complex.
Not sure about the logic at work here: “Hey! The tattoo sales guy is here! I don’t know about that whatchamajigger he’s using, but as long as he knows how to spell ‘mother,’ what could possibly go wrong?”