Tattoo Fixers horrified as guest reveals Subway logo inking and claims he’s got a ‘foot long schlong’
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Tattoo Fixers horrified as guest reveals Subway logo inking and claims he’s got a ‘foot long schlong’

THE Tattoo Fixers were left horrified last night by a man who had the Subway logo inked above his crotch - as a warning to girls about his "foot-long" willy.

In fact, many of them looked like they were cringing so hard they were about to pass out as Jayson unveiled the nightmare inking that references the sandwich chain's lengthy baguettes.

The Subway logo pointed down to his privates

 

The lad explained that he has a "massive schlong" which inspired him to get the yellow and green logo and an arrow pointing to his privates.

Paisley was not even slightly impressed by Jayson's ink

 

And, if that wasn't enough, he even added the chain's slogan: "Eat Fresh."

Jayson complained: "The tattoo is just too embarrassing. It has to go."

Saying it was a tribute to his ten-inch willy, the lad explained: "I’m very well endowed, so they get the foot-long."

The Tattoo Fixers team were horrified by the sarnie-based tribute

 

He asked: "Is that not enough? I think it matters about size. Not for me, but for the women."

The show's Alice Perrin spoke for a nation when she simply replied: "What is wrong with you?"

 
He was then hauled away to have the Subway ink covered up with an elaborate new design.

 

However, Jayson struggled to handle the pain of the new inking

 

However, viewers saw him struggling to take the pain as Pash Canby etched him something more subtle.

Trying to make conversation, the tattoo artist asked: "How do people react to this massive schlong of yours?"

Jayson replied, wincing through the pain: "Intimidated I'd say. They take a look and... gawk."

 

Jayson had dubbed the artwork 'embarrassing'

 

 

However, he was forced to call off the procedure, whining: "Sorry bruv, I can't do no more."

He did get far enough for much of the work to be done though, telling Pash: "That's amazing still. Thank you."

 

Pash got to work - but it ended up being a painful procedure

 

The Subway logo had been obliterated - though the 'Eat Fresh' could sadly still be read.

Jayson was delighted with the new design but, let's be honest, whatever they did would have been better than what was there before.

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