An web star is trying to break a world report and lift a whole lot of kilos for charity by getting individuals’s hashtags tattooed onto his legs.
Stephen Reilly, 35, from Menzieshill has set his 4,000 TikTok followers the problem of suggesting hashtags to him, after which if his video on the hashtag reaches 100 likes or the individual donates £1 to Most cancers Analysis, he’ll get it completely inked onto his legs.
Thus far he has amassed greater than 150 completely different tattoos, together with #crazyaussie19 and #robthezombie from Australia, #loveyoumoreteam from Eire and two from Canada.
Stephen, who goes by the TikTok identify that_guy_called_steve, mentioned: “I’ve raised £535 up to now as a result of some individuals have been donating fairly massive quantities.
“Most individuals counsel their very own TikTok identify or their favorite hashtag however there have been a pair I’m fairly grateful haven’t executed so effectively.”
Steve mentioned the problem began off as a joke between him and his pals, however after certainly one of his followers mentioned he would donate £50 to the charity if he obtained #cancersucks tattooed Stephen determined to go massive.
He continued: “It means one thing to me too as a result of I misplaced my mum to most cancers.
“Certainly one of my legs has 40 and the opposite has 115 tattoos.
“Some individuals say I’m loopy and it’s a silly factor to do, however it’s creating good reminiscences and elevating cash for charity.
“This might go on for months as a result of I nonetheless have loads of area left on my legs for extra tattoos.”
He added he’s hoping the charity problem may additionally break a world report, with a few of his followers tagging Guinness World Information on Stephen’s TikTok movies.
Stephen mentioned: “Some individuals tagged Guinness World Information on my posts so I utilized to them on Monday final week as a result of I feel this problem is perhaps a world report.
“It’s undoubtedly one thing a bit completely different and distinctive.
“There is no such thing as a report for one thing like this.”
Donations for Most cancers Analysis are being collected on-line by way of www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cancersuckstattoo