SAO PAULO – Toth Zuh Andu was a prominent tattoo artist in Sao Paulo Brazil who was well known for his Japanese characters tattoos.
But what Andu’s customers didn’t know was that the artist they trusted to engrave permanent ink markings on their body was sneakingly, and intentionally, changing the Japanese characters to say something totally different from what the customer wanted.
Andu’s deceit came to light when one female customer proudly showed her new Japanese characters tattoo to her employer, who happened to read Japanese.
When the woman noticed her boss wasn’t amused after he read the tattoo on her arm, she asked him what was wrong. The employer responded by asking her if she knew what tattooed on her arm meant.
“God is love,” the female employee said.
“Wrong!,” said the employer. “It says: ‘I Hate My Job!’,”.
Once news spread about what Toth Zuh Andu had done, it didn’t take long for more customers, who had requested Japanese characters to be inked on, to come forth and show the artist’s devious ‘mistakes’.
One person had asked Andu to tattoo the bible verse “You Reap What You Sow” in Japanese characters on his body. Instead the artist tattooed the phrase: “Chicken soup with noodles”.
Another man, who had requested his mother’s name to be inked in Japanese, got “I Hate My Family” instead.
Toth Zuh Andu, who was a well-known and respected tattoo artist in Sao Paulo, was arrested and has much explaining to do about his ‘deceiving art’ to a local judge in the coming weeks.
As for his victims, they only have two choices, live with the tattoo or get it removed with laser treatment, to the extend that’s possible … Toth Zuh Andu used thick black ink to tattoo the Japanese characters. That type of ink is particularly difficult to completely fade out from a person’s skin.
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