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Man mocked for cross-eyed LION tattoo resembling “Mufasa after the onslaught”.

A TATTOO fan was mocked after receiving a lion tattoo that looked cross-eyed.

Several photos of the massive full-back lion ink print were shared on Reddit as users poked fun at the design.

The man was mocked after pictures of his shaky lion tattoo surfaced online

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The man was mocked after pictures of his shaky lion tattoo surfaced onlinePhoto credit: reddit
Social media users poked fun at the design, calling the inked animal cross-eyed

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Social media users poked fun at the design, calling the inked animal cross-eyedPhoto credit: reddit

In the brief compilation clip, the man strikes a series of poses showing off the tattoo that covers most of his back.

But it was quickly ridiculed as users had stitches over the misshapen eyes.

Some even claimed it looked like “Mufasa after the stampede”.

One commented: “At least he doesn’t have to watch it”

I asked for a cute sun tattoo - but what I got is WONKY as hell and left me in tears
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A second person said, “Eyes looking in a different direction, lmfao.”

Someone joked, “This lion is such a badass hunter, he can look for prey in all directions at once.”

A fourth added: “You must be joking. Tell me it’s Marker.”

Previously, a fellow Redditer had red faces after realizing his tiger ink actually looked very rude thanks to his nose.

The embarrassed Redditor shared the image of the design online, asking if anyone could spot anything odd.

And unfortunately, Redditors were quick to point out that the shape of the tiger’s nose resembled a penis and testicles.

In other tattoo news, a Tesco worker has revealed how he painted the supermarket’s logo on his chest because he loved his job so much.

Also, one TikToker claims she was “haunted” by a decision she made as a teenager after getting the words of her favorite song tattooed all over her leg.

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5279913/tattoo-fan-mocked-inking-cross-eyed-lion/ Man mocked for cross-eyed LION tattoo resembling “Mufasa after the onslaught”.

Jessica MacLeish

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