A shocking video has recently been making the rounds on social media showing adults holding a little child down as it gets a chest tattoo. According to reports, it is believed that the footage has been taken in Vietnam.
The said clip, which has been captioned “Baby gets some ink” has sparked different reactions among netizens with some saying its obviously child abuse while others are questioning its authenticity.
One person can be seen holding down the baby’s arms while the tattoo artist does his job.
As it appears, the tattoo artist is drawing a cartoon character on the child’s chest.
One angry netizen commented:
“The only people who could do this are animals – they are luckily they didn’t give any details about their address.
“I hope the police are informed.”
Noticeably, the baby isn’t crying in the video.
Although the youngster cannot be heard crying or screaming in pain, it can be seen wriggling and trying to escape.
This is the part where some observers are feeling suspicious about the entire thing.
One person pointed out:
“Grown men cry when they get a chest tattoo and this little child doesn’t react at all. Fake as hell.”
Meanwhile, another said:
“There’s a chance this is fake unless the baby is sedated. It’s just a stencil. If this was real, the baby would be crying.”
Watch the video here and see for yourself:
A Unilad report tells us that Vietnam is “in the midst of an attitude change towards tattoos”.
Although older generations despise skin art as taboo, a significant number of young people are now openly embracing it. Tattoo studios are growing by the numbers and speculations say there may already be around 800 of them in northern Vietnam.
As of present time, there are very little regulations regarding the tattoo industry. No minimum age of consent is implemented and practitioners aren’t even required to carry licenses.
Holy Week Celebration Is B****l and Bloody in the Philippines
Self-flagellation is done by devotees during Lenten in the hopes of atoning for their sins.
For many Christians, Holy Week is an important holiday commemorating the life, teachings, sacrifice, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is celebrated differently across the world and perhaps no other is as bizarre as how it’s done in the Philippines.
A predominantly Catholic country, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday are considered national holidays in the Philippines. This means private businesses and government agencies suspend work and people return to their home provinces to commemorate Holy Week.
The weird thing, however, is the fact that some devotees engage in self-flagellation to imitate the sufferings of Christ - to the point of even getting crucified!
As you can imagine, it’s really gruesome and bloody! Check out the photos below and see for yourself. ...
Botched Tattoo Job Leaves Woman With Slug-Like Eyebrows
Her new brows are much wider than her natural brows.
Be careful when going for a permanent change on your body like getting tattoos or cosmetic surgery. Professional work that produces great results doesn't come cheap. Otherwise, you'll be left with something horrible that you would need to live with for the rest of your life.
Case in point is a woman who was left with slug-like eyebrows after getting an eyebrow tattoo done by an inexperienced artist. Kanyarat Chaichan, 26, of Thailand was devastated by the unsightly 1cm-wide eyebrow she got and could no longer have fixed because she can't afford them.
This was how Kanyarat looked before getting eyebrow tattoos.
And this is what she ended up with.
Woman D**s After Getting Acupuncture That Used Bee Stings Instead Of Needles
She had bee acupuncture sessions in the past but did not develop any reaction.
Acupuncture has been used over centuries as an effective alternative medicine. However, a different version of it led to the death of a woman in Spain.
The woman underwent a 'Bee Acupuncture', wherein live bees are used instead of the traditional needles. In this method, bee venom is introduced into the skin to treat a variety of illnesses.
Bee acupuncture uses bee stings instead of needles.
Apparently, the woman was allergic to the bee venom, leading to a fatal complication - anaphylactic shock. ...