Bride shows off her diamante-encrusted wedding dress with a hidden tat

Bride shows off her diamante-encrusted wedding dress but it’s the hidden TATTOO beneath it that has the internet talking

  • A bride wore a strapless dress over an enormous yellow bra-shaped emoji tattoo
  • Social media users were baffled by her choice not to cover the garish ink 
  • Images were shared in a group dedicated to ‘cringe-worthy’ wedding photos

A blushing bride has been slammed online for wearing a strapless dress over the top of two enormous yellow emojis tattooed across her breasts in the shape of a bra. 

Photos shared in a private Facebook group dedicated to shaming ‘cringe-worthy wedding photos’ on Sunday showed the Canadian woman posing with relatives in a pristine white gown with a rhinestone-lined veil.

But users’ eyes were drawn to the garish and non-symmetrical emoji tattoos protruding out from underneath the low-cut gown.

Inked on her right breast were two black eyes that appeared to peek over the top of the ruched satin, while beige-coloured ‘straps’ extended from the top of each emoji and over her shoulders.

Pictured: A Canadian bride who wore a white strapless dress over the top of an enormous bra-shaped emoji tattoo 

Social media users were horrified by the seemingly-poor quality of the ink, and many claimed they would like to know what the rest of the tattoo looked like.  

‘I’m not sure I’ve ever wanted to see a girl topless more for completely non-sexual reasons,’ one man wrote.

‘Whomever tattooed her needs to never ever ever ever ever ever be allowed to work again, ever,’ another commented.

Inked on her right breast were two black eyes that appeared to peek over the top of the ruched satin (pictured)

Social media users did not hold back in the comments section and slammed the tattoo artist

Someone else added: ‘That was a choice someone made and continued to make for as long as that tattoo took do.’

Others were blunt in their opinions and openly slammed the tattoo in the comments. 

‘This is the worst tattoo I’ve ever seen. Ever. And the completion is stiff,’ one baffled user shared.

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