British plumber Barmy Baz Franks, 29, got a dentist to use ultrafine brushes and stencils to paint images of the smiling royals. The temporary ivory art – known as “gnasher tats” – will last roughly three months, depending on how much Barmy Baz Franks brushes. The patient says he was just doing his part to help celebrate the April 29 nuptials. “I love the royal family and this was my way of lending my support to their big day,” said Franks.
Sunday, 1 May 2011
Royal Teeth Tattoo
Would you pay £1,000 ($1,671.05) and spend 6 hours in a dentist chair for a tattoo on your teeth? What if it was commemorating a wedding to which you weren’t even invited to?