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Baby ‘gets a tattoo’ as its family look on in Vietnam

  • This is the moment a baby appears to be getting a tattoo inked of a cartoon
  • Yet the infant can’t be heard crying or screaming as the tattoo artist works
  • Believed to have been shot in Vietnam, the clip shows the tot being held down

This is the moment a baby appears to be getting a tattoo inked as surrounding adults hold the wiggling tot down.

Yet the infant can’t be heard crying or screaming as the tattoo artist draws onto the baby’s skin.

The footage, believed to have been filmed in Vietnam, shows the toddler being held down by others as a sketch is etched onto the tot’s tiny chest.

The footage, believed to have been filmed in Vietnam, shows the toddler being held down by others as a sketch is etched onto the tot¿s tiny chest

This is the moment a baby appears to be getting a tattoo inked as surrounding adults hold the wiggling tot down

And although the baby can’t be heard crying, the infant moves around and tries to escape the hold as the needle buzzes.

A picture of what appears to be a cartoon character soon emerges through the artist’s work.

The clip was posted with the caption: ‘Baby gets some ink’ and left some viewers shocked, while others questioned its authenticity.

One commented: ‘Grown men cry when they get a chest tattoo and this little child doesn’t react at all. Fake as h***.’

Others agreed: ‘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.’

More were left gobsmacked at the clip: ‘That’s just not right’ one said, while another social media user added: ‘That’s cruel.’

Yet the infant can¿t be heard crying or screaming as the tattoo artist draws onto the baby¿s skin

The clip was posted with the caption: ¿Baby gets some ink¿ and left some viewers shocked, while others questioned its authenticity

Yet the infant can’t be heard crying or screaming as the tattoo artist draws onto the baby’s skin

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