A patriotic plumber has splashed out £1,000 for the Royal Wedding by getting tattoos of the happy couple – on his TEETH.
Barmy Baz Franks, 29, spent six hours in the dentist’s chair while portraits of William and Kate were painstakingly added to his front teeth.
Dr Neil Gerrard, of the Clifton Dental Studio in Bristol, created the temporary designs on paper before painting them on by hand using stencils and ultra-fine brushes.
The temporary artwork – known as ‘gnasher tats’ – will last for up to three months and can only be removed by ”several long, hard brushes”.
Bachelor Baz, who lives in Bristol, said: ”I love the Royal Family and this was my way of lending my support to their Big Day.”
Dr Gerrard added: ”I’ve done some unusual dental cosmetics in my time, but this was certainly one of the strangest.”