A MAN who got a stone island tattoo while he was drunk on a lad’s holiday fears he may be single when he gets home.
Nat Conway woke up the next morning mortified after getting the infamous logo inked during a night out.
In an image, which has since got viral on Twitter, the lad posed with the tattoo on his left arm.
Messaging his friend in a group chat: "Lads, I'm in shock this morning.
"I think I may be single when I get home. The Mrs hasn't taken to it too lightly.
"I have a Stone Island badge on my body. IT'S A RELIGION."
Read more on tattoos
I wanted dainty leaf tattoo but it went SO wrong, everyone is saying same thing
I got a tattoo of my favourite player – THREE days later he left the club
Thousands of people were left in stitches by inking with some in disbelief that they he got the logo – synonymous with football fans – imprinted on his skin.
One person said: "Now that's some real commitment,” while another added: "Can't believe what I'm actually seeing."
While a third added: "Honestly man – they just keep getting better and better."
The latest tat comes as part of the latest trend to “get in the badge in,” that encourages people to share their snaps of people donning the iconic clothing logo.
Most read in Fabulous
I bought a £60 jumpsuit for my engagement party – I can’t believe what turned up
I forgot about school fancy dress day so I put daughter in ANN SUMMERS outfit
I stuck brutal note on neighbour's car – I didn't expect others to get involved
I have big boobs & lots of tops aren’t flattering – styles I love and 1 to avoid
Despite starting in May, the account has already racked up 151.5k followers and continues to grow in popularity.
An anonymous founder told The Face in June: “I started the page about a month ago just as a joke, never expecting it to get more than 100 followers.”
“I’d always appreciated the lengths people go to get the badge in. It’s more of an appreciation of people’s efforts than taking the p**. “
However, not everyone has always seen the funny side of the badge, which has historic links with football hooliganism.
Last year, fury erupted after a pub banned people wearing Stone Island clothes to stop "chavs" and "roadmen" from coming in.
It came alongside a raft of rules introduced The Orange Tree pub in Hereford at weekends that prohibited under-21s and punters donning hoodies and tracksuits.
Publican Brian Hoyle faced a backlash as he was accused of prejudice and class-based discrimination.
Source: Read Full Article