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Boyfriend tattoos steaming pile of poo on the back of cheating girlfriend

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01 December 2011 | 6220 Views
A boyfriend's act of revenge on his cheating girlfriend - tattooing a steaming pile of poo on her back - has been branded a hoax after the picture went viral, the Mirror reported.

Tattoo artist Ryan Fitzjerald allegedly 'tricked' Rossie Brovent into getting the body art after discovering she had been playing away with his best friend.

Rossie, from Dayton, Ohio, is reportedly suing her ex for $100,000 (£60,000), claiming he got her drunk on cheap wine and tequila before she signed the consent form.

She had apparently asked her artist lover for a scene from the Narnia films but her hopes were dashed spectacularly when Fitzjerald started with the ink needle.

She reportedly said: "Actually I was passed out for most of the time, and woke up to this horrible image on my back."

Rossie also allegedly tried to have her former boyfriend charged with assault, however, internet users are not convinced by the story.

After the image of the tattoo went viral, it emerged that the picture appears to have been sourced from Polish social network site Nasza-klasa.

Some suspicious bloggers also dug deeper to dispel the myth by tracking down court records.

It now appears that no such civil complaint was ever filed by anyone of the name Brovent, or that such a person even exists in Dayton.




US website, The Smoking Gun, also reported that James Druber, administrator of the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, had heard nothing about the purported tattoo lawsuit.

The report also adds that "records for Dayton and Montgomery County show no evidence that "Fitzjerald" (or "Fitzgerald") has been licensed as a tattoo parlor operator or employee, according to Alan Pierce, an official with the Public Health department." - Mirror

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Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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