Coronavirus Scotland: Glasgow tattoo parlours brutal reply as they refuse to ink anti-masker who says virus i – The Scottish Sun

Posted in Tattoo Shop on Sep 14, 2020

A SCOTS tattoo parlour have been praised for their brutal response to an anti-masker who claimed coronavirus was "a hoax".

Staff at the Archangel 1608 Tattoo Studio in Glasgow refused to ink the punter after claiming the virus and wearing masks was "a con".


The punter told the shop to "open you're eyes" and "don't be a sheep" as they claimed it was a "hoax" to "control us all ans sell a vaccine that ll be used to track us aww".

The tattoo parlour then replied saying they would be following the expert advice and telling the punter to "wear a f***ing mask".

Archangel 1608 Tattoo Studio also wrote: "And I'll head you off at the pass by saying that I don't agree with all the decisions made by the ScotGov, but overall I'll accept the rules to keep others safe.

"Wear a f***ing mask you p***k! All you're being asked to do is wear a bit of cloth on your face - you could save a life. If it is all a've only had to wear a bit of cloth on your, you get to look like a ninja!"

The tattoo parlour later shared the exchange on social media, writing: "If you dont want to wear a mask, thats your decision....However...."





Customers flocked to the post online, hailing the shop's response as "class".

One wrote: "I wish I lived in Glasgow, cause Id def be using this company to get my tattoo and Ive no issues wearing a mask pure class!! Well done."

While another punter said: "Well done. Think I'll move to your neck of the woods simply for the cool tattooists. Be lucky x"

And one Facebook user added: "Outstanding. Best one yet. Would recommend. 10/10."

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We told how earlier this month how a steakhouse owner unleashed a brutal response to an "absolute spanner" of a customer who threatened to slap him over a 12-minute wait to be seated.

Hungry locals and tourists had happily flocked back to Gatehouse Steakhouse in picturesque Dolgellau in Snowdonia after the coronavirus lockdown - but one customer still managed to whinge.

And last month, staff at a Saltcoats chippy were left in "utter disbelief" after a "greedy" customer tried to use the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to buy a week's worth of dinners.

Eglinton Diner took to social media to share their response to the disgruntled diner's review - slamming his behaviour as "unbelievable".

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