Source Pravda.Ru

Husband became exhibit of his wife’s penguin collection

A British pair became popular due to a large collection of things connected with penguins. The husband became an exhibit of the collection. For the sake of his wife’s hobby, he tattooed penguins.

Thomas Briggs tattooed penguins on his chest and arms. His wife Linda has been compiling the collection since her childhood. There are about 1,500 items in it now: toy penguins and different decorations with penguins on them. The pair is a frequent visitor of local fairs and antique shops in the search for new penguin-related items for the collection. Friends also add things to the collection.

Linda told journalists: “Once, my husband decided to get tattoos of penguins to get into the collection. The tattoos are nice, but some of them seem to be vulgar.”

I think, she meant the couple of penguins on Thomas’ chest.

Delfi

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