A 104-year-old British man now holds the record for the oldest person to get a tattoo for the first time, Guinness World Records announced Thursday.
For his birthday on April 6, Jack Reynolds, a former railway line foreman from Chesterfield, took a shot of whiskey, went on Good Morning Britain, and then got a tattoo of his nickname and birth date — “Jacko 6.4.1912” — on his right shoulder.
His 55-year-old daughter Jayne Goodwin said in a statement, “He initially joked about getting it on his bottom, but then wasn’t too keen on having to get out his bum to show people.”
Footage of the “record-breaking” moment is below:
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