Patriotic tattoo artist is a passionate supporter of the Yes campaign
Spaghetti Tattoos in Kirkcaldy inundated with requests by voters
All the money owner has made has been donated to the Yes campaign
| Updated: 09:33 EST, 18 September 2014
Patriotic Scots have been flocking to a tattoo parlour in Kirkcaldy to get free ‘YES’ logos inked on their bodies.
Aphra Wilson, owner of Spaghetti Tattoos, has been inundated with requests by customers who want to show their support for the campaign for independence.
Ms Wilson, who is a passionate supporter of of the Yes campaign, began offering the tattoos in June after inking herself with the word ‘YES’.
She then got dozens of responses on Facebook from customers who wanted similar designs.
She eventually decided to invite anyone who wanted a pro-independence tattoo to come along and get one for a donation of £2 to a local Yes campaign headquarters.Ms Wilson’s shop is adorned with posters supporting the Yes campaign and voters have now been queuing outside her shop to have her designs tattooed on themselves.She said that she has been campaigning herself for the Yes vote. She said: ‘Over the last few months I have just become increasingly passionate about it, and find out as much as I can about it to pass that information to other people.‘I got a Yes tattoo myself, which got a phenomenal response on Facebook. From that another two guys got in touch with me to get similar tattoos. Aphra Wilson’s tattoo parlour in Kirkcaldy has been adorned with flags supporting the Yes campaign Aphra Wilson’s tattoo parlour in Kirkcaldy has been adorned with flags supporting the Yes campaign Spaghetti Tattoos in Kirkcaldy has been inundated with requests by customers who want to show their support for the campaign for independence ‘It snowballed from there. All the money that is made will be given to Yes campaign.‘A Yes campaigner came round with lots of leaflets, stickers and information to […]