Monday, November 15, 2010

Charges Upgraded in Penis Tattoo Case - Updated

(Bundamba, Queensland) Twenty-one-year-old Matthew Francis Brady has been identified as the tattoo artist who was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm.

Brady allegedly tattooed an offensive and unwanted penis on the back of 25-year-old Chester Ives.
Brady appeared in the Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday, where his charge was upgraded to grievous bodily harm.
A court appearance is scheduled for January 12.

According to a video at the link, the tattoo will require 15 hours to repair at a cost of about $3,000.

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40cm Penis Tattoo
[Previous 10/27/10 post]
(Bundamba, Queensland) Good rule of thumb is to never anger the tattoo artist before the tattoo.
A 21-year-old man has been charged by police in Ipswich for allegedly tattooing a penis on a man's back - instead of the image he had requested.

The 25-year-old victim had been visiting the man, an amateur tattooist, at his home in Bundamba last Wednesday when he was talked into getting a tattoo.

He wanted a yin and yang symbol with some dragons, but was instead shocked to discover the 40cm tattoo was of a penis with an obscene slogan.

The key word in the slogan was also misspelled.
The tattoo artist faces two counts of assault.

Tip: Charley Nestor

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