Woman covers up inspirational tattoo after Covid pandemic makes it very awkward

An incredibly unlucky tattoo fan has shared her hilarious fail after she got a mask-inspired inking just days before the coronavirus lockdown.

Leah, who goes by the name @wakaflockafloccar on TikTok, answered the viral challenge of what people’s dumbest tattoo was with something truly awkward.

In the clip, she says: “Okay, I’m just going to go ahead and let you guys know that I won.

“I got this tattoo, I’d wanted it for a couple of years, and it basically means being true to yourself, being real and not pretending to be something you’re not.”

That seems a lovely and positive idea for an inking by all accounts. That is until coronavirus hit.

Lifting up her sleeve, Leah reveals the tattoo she got on March 4, 2020, reads: “Courageously and radically refuse to wear a mask.”

What was meant to be a heartfelt inking has transformed into what looks like a conspiracy-spreading message.

She finishes the clip with a sarcastic thumbs up and what can only be described as a fake smile.

Leah was quick to point out she was definitely not “anti-mask”, adding in the caption: “I could not have had worse timing.”

Her video has since been seen more than 600,000 times and attracted hundreds of comments.

“March 2020… that didn’t just age bad, that curled faster than milk in the summer sun,” one joked.

Another wrote: “I’m so sorry that the context of your tattoo literally changed overnight after you got it.”

A third commented: “I’m crying hahaha. You’re going to see this quote as a far right Facebook inspirational quote.”

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When asked what she has done about the unfortunate tat, Leah said: "I wore long sleeves all last year so no one would see it.

"But I don't think I'll get it removed/covered up. It makes for a good story."

The TikToker isn’t the only tattoo fan to have failed miserably with her inkings in the past.

Daily Star previously revealed some of the biggest fails to have ever graced the internet.

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