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Ink-redibly unfortunate people receive the worst tattoos they’ve EVER seen 

Handwritten scribble, poorly drawn pictures and a lot of regret.

Drunk tattoos are one of the riskiest parts of a night out – and most of the time those who put themselves through the pain are left with a lifetime of regret.

As it’s one of the most costly mistakes people are stuck with after a night out, surgeons have since called for an overhaul of tattoo parlours.

Brandished on top of his thigh, the tattoo reads: ‘AH McCAIN I’M Munted AGAIN’

Another person shared an image of his tattoo, with a popular song line from Big Shaq's hit song 'Mans Not Hot'

Another person shared an image of his tattoo, with a popular song line from Big Shaq’s hit song ‘Mans Not Hot’

Another man shared his tattoo, with cursive writing that reads: 'If trees had c**ts I'd live in the forest'

Another man shared his tattoo, with cursive writing that reads: ‘If trees had c**ts I’d live in the forest’

While there’s no law prohibiting drunk people from getting tattoos, many warn against it. 

From quirky handwritten jokes to small poorly drawn cartoons – Daily Mail Australia has compiled some of the masterpieces people have come up with on a night out.

In a tribute with a twist to McCain Foods Limited, one man got the well-known slogan permanently put on his body with a personal adjustment. 

Brandished on top of his thigh, the tattoo reads: ‘AH McCAIN I’M Munted AGAIN.’

Another person shared an image of his tattoo, with a popular song line from Big Shaq’s hit song ‘Mans Not Hot’. 

‘Two plus two is four, minus one is three, quick mafffs,’ the tattoo reads. 

Another man shared his tattoo, with cursive writing that reads: ‘If trees had c**ts I’d live in the forest’.  

Others got their tattoos as part of a joke, with puns ranging from ‘pain in the leg’ to ‘bees knees’.  

One man even went as far to get ‘A few tricks’ tattoos on his inner bicep so when he wears a shirt, he can say he’s got ‘a few tricks up his sleeve’. 

A woman got a badly drawn fish tattooed to the inside of her pointer finger, saying 'Fish fingers anyone? Lol'

A woman got a badly drawn fish tattooed to the inside of her pointer finger, saying ‘Fish fingers anyone? Lol’

The man with the pain in the leg tattoo shared his image, saying: 'Definitely no regrets on this one'

The man with the pain in the leg tattoo shared his image, saying: ‘Definitely no regrets on this one’

One man even went as far to get 'A few tricks' tattoos on his inner bicep so when he wears a shirt, he can say he's got 'a few tricks up his sleeve'

One man even went as far to get ‘A few tricks’ tattoos on his inner bicep so when he wears a shirt, he can say he’s got ‘a few tricks up his sleeve’

Another man shared his painful piece of art, covering the entire palm of his hand with the words ‘high five’. 

‘I Do Not regret this one bit,’ he shared under the image.

A woman even got a badly drawn fish tattooed to the inside of her pointer finger, saying ‘Fish fingers anyone? Lol’. 

One man shared an image of a back tattoo with cursive writing saying ‘My mom is my angle’ rather than ‘angel’. 

Another man claimed he was intoxicated when he decided he wanted a tattoo on his ankle with the numbers of a gear shift.

Other regrets include a badly drawn gameboy, a tattoo with a can of hand-drawn Jack Daniels with ‘YTB’ (yeah the boys) and a tattoo of a cheeseburger.

Leading top surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti is pushing for a ban of drunk tattoos and is calling for an overhaul of tattoo parlous as he is fed up of removing them.

Another man shared his painful piece of art, covering the entire palm of his hand with the words 'high five'

Another man shared his painful piece of art, covering the entire palm of his hand with the words ‘high five’

One man shared an image of a back tattoo with cursive writing saying 'My mom is my angle' rather than 'angel'

One man shared an image of a back tattoo with cursive writing saying ‘My mom is my angle’ rather than ‘angel’

Others got their tattoos as part of a joke, with puns ranging from 'pain in the leg' to 'bees knees'

Others got their tattoos as part of a joke, with puns ranging from ‘pain in the leg’ to ‘bees knees’

‘Many say they did it at a time they were intoxicated, high and were not fully in the right frame of mind,’ he said.

‘They popped into a tattoo parlour on a Saturday night after having few drinks and thought it was good idea to have it done.

‘Not only were they not thinking straight but they were not able to provide full consent.

‘They literally were not realising what they were doing.’

From tattooing the name of an ex-partner to silly cartoons, Dr Barnouti has seen it all.

But not only can a tattoo be embarrassing, it can be costly as well in the long run.

On top of paying up to $100 to get the tattoo, regrettable customers can fork out hundreds for its removal.

Dr Barnouti charges between $150-$450 per tattoo-removal session. And that’s depending on the size of the tattoo as well.

‘Some of these tattoos can’t be removed by laser and need surgical removal, which leaves behind a scar,’ he said.

Another man claimed he was intoxicated when he decided he wanted a tattoo on his ankle with the numbers of a gear shift

Another man claimed he was intoxicated when he decided he wanted a tattoo on his ankle with the numbers of a gear shift

Other regrets include a badly drawn gameboy, a tattoo with a can of hand-drawn Jack Daniels with 'YTB' (yeah the boys) and a tattoo of a cheeseburger

Other regrets include a badly drawn gameboy, a tattoo with a can of hand-drawn Jack Daniels with ‘YTB’ (yeah the boys) and a tattoo of a cheeseburger

Leading top surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti is pushing for a ban of drunk tattoos and is calling for an overhaul of tattoo parlous as he is fed up of removing them

Leading top surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti is pushing for a ban of drunk tattoos and is calling for an overhaul of tattoo parlous as he is fed up of removing them

The concerned cosmetic surgeon said in some cases he has had to turn people back because the removal surgery would be too damaging.

Dr Barnouti said in any other surgery a patient would have to be clear-headed, consenting and sober.

So he can’t see why the same rule shouldn’t apply to tattoo parlours.

‘Tattoos are essentially an invasive medical procedure. The process breaks the skin and injects a fluid into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment.

‘It comes with risk and it is permanent. It can only be removed through a surgical procedure that leaves permanent scarring or multiple sessions of lasers. Some can not be removed at all.’

He flagged three important changes: a customer must not be intoxicated, they must provide full written consent, and go through an official cooling off period for 48 hours.

‘More rigorous laws will not only place greater responsibility on all parties, it will reduce the risk of any health issues and reduce the incidence of people getting tattoos when they are not in the right frame of mind.’

Besides the obvious reason of possible regret later on down the track, alcohol is a blood thinner that can lead to excessive bleeding during the tattoo process.

By law, it is illegal for a tattooist to ink anyone under the age of 18, unless they have written consent from the minor’s parent or guardian. Even then, the consent form must detail the design and exact location of it on the body.

The concerned cosmetic surgeon said in some cases he has had to turn people back because the removal surgery would be too damaging

The concerned cosmetic surgeon said in some cases he has had to turn people back because the removal surgery would be too damaging

Dr Barnouti said in any other surgery a patient would have to be clear-headed, consenting and sober

Dr Barnouti said in any other surgery a patient would have to be clear-headed, consenting and sober

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