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Teen McDonald's tattoo: Norwegian teenager inks second receipt on arm

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One teen's McDonald's tattoo a week ago was enough for readers to call him "McStupid." But Stian Ytterdahl's second tat on Wednesday, this time a receipt from the body ink shop, has elevated the Norwegian teenager to local celebrity status, citing an April 3 ABC News report.

First, the teen got a McDonald's receipt tattooed on his forearm last week after receiving an ultimatum from a band of blokes he hangs out with. And according to him, getting this second tattoo was a no-brainer, or the lesser of two evils.

The teen's new tattoo is here, compliments of his Facebook page.

Some of my mates thought I had been a bit too active on the ladies front recently and wanted to punish me. When we were in the restaurant on Monday, they said I had to tattoo a Barbie doll on my bum, or the receipt on my arm," Ytterdahl told reporters about his new tat.

The teen's McDonald's tattoo began as a joke among his close buds, but the second one was all about living life in the moment.

As the adventurous teen said: "Now I’m a living billboard, but I think it's all just fun. Maybe it won't be as fun when I'm 50 or 60 years old, but that's my choice."

Heck, if retired NBA star, Dennis Rodman, 52, can still dress in drag – at an exhibition game, of all things – an 18-year-old can get ink wherever he pleases, right.

After cries of some marketing ploy in the making, a spokesperson was contacted by media sources and denied that the teen getting a McDonald's tattoo was a publicity stunt. Instead, they described him as a "loyal customer."

Imagine that?


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