Especially the “going to jail” and “getting job offers” part.
A good solution for him is to jump off a tall cliff.
Mark Cropp, 19, was overwhelmed with job offers after his desperate plea for employment went viral on social media.
Now the New Zealand man’s prayers have been answered by a tattoo removalist who is getting rid of the offending ink for free.
Sacred Laser co-owner Briar Neville applied her laser removal skills to the now infamous ‘Devast8’ tattoo on Tuesday afternoon, the New Zealand Herald reported.
The session was the first of 12 required to remove the black lettering, which the parlour is doing free of charge.
Ms Neville said she wasn’t sure what to expect due to the ink used and the prison tattoo’s size.
‘The main concern is that the ink he’s used is not your regular ink. It’s something they’ve made in prison by melting down plastic utensils,’ she said.
It is also the largest face tattoo she has ever had to deal with.
‘This would be the biggest [tattoo] on the face that I’ve come across.’
The 19-year-old was reluctant to get the ink erased, telling Kyle Sandilands on KIIS FM that he was worried people will say, ‘s*** that fella’s got a lot of blackheads.’
Cropp got the tattoo in jail after getting drunk on moonshine with his brother. The pair made the ink themselves.
They fashioned a tattoo gun from a pen spring attached to a cassette player and got carried away during what was supposed to be a ‘little one along the jawline.’
‘I went into jail with four tattoos and I came out with a full body suit,’ he said.
The 19-year-old struggled to find a job after his release, and turned to social media to ask potential employers to give him a chance.
He then turned down 45 job offers after they flooded in from around the country, telling Daily Mail Australia that he is, ‘just waiting for the right one to come about.’