How to get a tattoo at the hy veer pharmacy – 06.03.18
The hy veee pharmacy is in the same town as the Hyvee, which is owned by the same family.
“There’s no doubt in my mind that there’s going to be some problems,” Mr Tulloch said.
He said he had seen the tattooers take out a customer’s ink and then sell it for a few dollars.
The Hyvees are now facing the biggest backlash of the tattooing frenzy.
Mr Tullich said it was hard to believe the business was getting so much publicity, given the “dignity and dignity” of the customers.
“[The business] just seems so bizarre, so out of touch with what is going on,” he said.
“It seems like the owner just wants to be rich, and he’s not really doing anything to help people.”
He also believed the owners were not involved with the health and safety of their customers.
“I don’t think there is any way in hell they would put a guy in a wheelchair in there, and just give him a tattoo, that’s just not fair,” he.
Auckland’s new tattoo artists have received death threats, but the backlash is too much for Mr Tuffalo.
We’ve seen a lot of death threats in our lives, he said, but I don’t want to hear it again.
Tiffany Sneddon is the chief editor of The Sunday Times’ Tattoo Magazine.
She is on Twitter: @TattooMag