Out of the many fans and lovers of Lionel Messi who wholeheartedly and evidently celebrated his feat of winning the just concluded World Cup at Qatar is Mike Jambs.
Jambs, a Colombian influencer, has regretted the action of tattooing Lionel Messi’s name boldly on his face after Argentina’s victory.
The fan inked the word ‘MESSI’ on his forehead and three stars on one of his cheeks for each of the World Cups Argentina had won, Daily Mail reported.
On his Instagram page, the influencer had earlier defended his decision against coming under fire when he posted a video of himself having the tattoo done.
“I’m not harming anyone, I’m not doing anything illegal,” he insisted.
However, Jambs made a U-turn, as he wished he could turn back the hands of time over his decisions.
Following Jambs regret, there are speculations that some fans may face similar incident. “For the next two weeks, I have (appointments) exclusively related to the World Cup,” tattoo artist Esteban Vucinovich told AFP in the capital.
“Some had already made an appointment for tattoos of snakes or skulls, but they are changing it to Messi or the Cup. I have two or three appointments a day,” he said.
The most requested skin art is of the trophy, said Vucinovich, followed by Messi and then goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez who was crucial in the victory of the Albiceleste in the final against France.