Burger Tattoos Feature In Odd New Campaign From Burger King

Burger Tattoos Feature In Odd New Campaign From Burger King
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Do you like to tattoo your person with your favourite fast food items? Maybe a hot-dog on the inner thigh or a kebab and chilli sauce across the bicep?

Well, sadly, some people do and Burger King’s Brazilian agency has managed to find five people around the planet who already sport a Macca’s inking and managed – after introducing them to its new ‘Big King’ burger – to have their tatts transformed to the Burger King product.

The campaign, devised by the Brazilian agency David, features a group of hardcore McDonald’s fans who agree to have their tatts transformed to a Burger King burger.

In the campaign – presently running on Bruger King’s You Tube channel – we follow the journey of five people from around the globe who are flown to Brazil and get to taste the new Burger King burger.

The tattooed Macca’s fans come from as far away as Spain, Italy, Taiwan and the US. And a local Brazilian fellow.

All five are then introduced to famed inker Ami James who wants to transform their Big Mac skin art with some new grill marks. Interestingly, not all agree. Check out the ad above to see who and why baulks at the transformation.

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