A bunch of farangs have got some of the most terrible tattoos in Thai language ever seen!
So much so that pictures of the offending – and offensive – words have gone viral on Thai social media.
At the very least no self-respecting Thai would desecrate themselves in this way!
And there are accusations that the tattooist is either having a laugh at the foreigners’ expense or he is genuinely cruel!
Most of the tattoos are random food names: One appears to say Khao Man Gai – Greasy Chicken Rice.
Another says: Luuk Chin Plaa Yaowarat – perhaps the name of a Chinatown establishment selling fish balls.
A western woman’s back is plastered with: Po Pia Sot – fresh spring rolls.
But Thais online reserved their sympathy – and laughs – the most for men who have had offensive wording inscribed on their bodies.
One says: Chan chorp hee le hee chorp chan – the word hee is very offensive and refers to the female sexual organ.
It might be translated as “I like c??t and c??t likes me”.
Another simply says: “Chan rak hee” – I love c??t. We hope you get the message and are not too offended.
No Thai in their right mind would use this word in jest let alone put it on a tattoo.
Facebook poster “Phanthana Chaichorfaa” who revealed the snaps said: “We feel sorry for you……haven’t you got a clue?”
While other comment was rife. “Gig Jansa” said: “The tattooist was either having a laugh – or was just downright cruel”.
(Source:-Facebook “Phanthana Chaichorfaa”)