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Thou Shalt Not Steal

A man made an appointment at RedINC tattoo parlor in Luton, UK, to get an intricate tattoo of Jesus on his arm. He got the tat discounted from £420 to £250, and he paid when he made the appointment. However, he later asked for £200 of it back, because he needed to pay for a car. He showed up for the appointment on March 23rd, and after consultation, sat for six hours while the tattoo was done. When it was finished, he told the artist that he’d already paid for the tat. The artist called a colleague to ask if that was so, and the man took the opportunity to flee the shop. So he skipped out on £200 that he owed. But that’s not all.

After getting laser removal for artwork he said had been done in Amsterdam, the man sat down for the new work to be inked up.

Around five hours later he was left alone in the parlour with the tattooist, who briefly stopped the work to lock a back door.

It’s then CCTV shows he went briefly behind the counter,

Workers later found up to £1,000 had gone missing.

Incidentally, the man already had a tattoo of praying hands on his other arm, with the caption “Only God can judge me.” -via Arbroath


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Yeah - I hate that phrase. This is a society - anyone who thinks they are beyond the judgement of those around them is outside society. Of course, some would say that's exactly what they want, but I'll bet they want the benefits of society - like a hand thousand pounds to buy things with.
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