Mum’s X-rated tattoo above private parts stuns Naked Attraction viewers

A lass with an extremely eye-catching tattoo just above her vagina shocked viewers on last week's episode of Naked Attraction, with the catchy design having a very naughty message.

Helen, from Sheffield, appeared fully naked on the Channel 4 show for a chance to impress lonely heart Mark and her outrageous inking quickly got a lot of attention, both from the singleton and gobsmacked viewers at home.

The 36-year-old mum of three had a bold message scrawled above her privates: "Lick the lizard."

Giggling, presenter Anna Richardson says: "Let's just see what that tattoo is…"

The camera then pans down to show the tattoo, which also has a cheeky arrow pointing downwards.

Mark can't help but laugh as Anna asks him: "Would you go and lick that lizard?"

"I would," he says with a chuckle.

Anna says: "Well there you go, it works!"

Helen, whose top half is still concealed, gives a thumbs up from behind the screen.

Meanwhile, fans of the show aired their own thoughts about her risqué tattoo choice on Twitter.

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One person wrote: "I am in no position to comment but, if you watched Naked Attraction the other night, there's a lass out there with 'Lick The Lizard' tattooed on hers."

Sounding shocked to the core, a second viewer tweeted: "Woman on Naked Attraction has a tattoo above her vagina saying ‘Lick the Lizard’.

"That’s enough TV for one day, goodnight."

An admirer commented: "Some mot has mot has got 'Lick the lizard' about her jack danny on Naked Attraction hahaha go on lass."

This comes after a woman was mortified when she realised her cute cat tattoo look like "genitals" when she turned it upside-down.

In another unforgettable moment from Naked Attraction, a woman admitted she needed emergency surgery after an enthusiastic romp went too far.

And a former contestant spilled on what it was like to star in the show and pick her favourite guy.

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