Man gets 'I stole Madeleine McCann' tattoo as part of sick craze sweeping Magaluf

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A British tourist in Magaluf has got a tattoo mocking the disappearance of Madeleine McCann as a new craze for offensive designs sweeps the party resort.

An image posted to Twitter shows one holidaymaker with the words “I stole Madeleine McCann” etched into his arm, complete with bells and heart.

Magaluf has numerous tattoo parlours which stay open through the night to catch drunken revellers on their way home from clubs.

One parlour worker said there has been a growing trend in Brits getting tasteless tattoos in recent years.

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Search: Gerry and Kate McCann still hope to find their daughter Madeleine after she vanished ten years ago (PA)

They told the Daily Star: “We get loads of crazy Brits in here asking for all sorts of tatts.

“We’ll do whatever they want, even if it’s offensive. Some people might say it’s a bit sick but it’s not going on our bodies and it’s the person’s decision.”

Madeleine vanished from the Praia da Luz holiday resort in Portugal 10 years ago, when she was aged three.

The high-profile investigation into her disappearance is still on-going as her parents Kate and Gerry continue their search for answers. 


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