We reported earlier on how a Japanese government surveyed employees about their tattoos, and now we are sad to say that those surveys and now being used to give employees the pink slip. The Guardian is reporting that the Mayor of Osaka is moving to require all public employees have tattoos removed, or leave their job – even if it is small and in a place where it is fully covered. No matter what positions they hold, or how long they have worked, the public employees of Osaka have to be tattoo free or they will be job free.
Guardian Reports – It is said that those who acquire tattoos in youthful haste, or while under the influence, regret them in later life.
But proud or repentant about their body art, more than 100 employees at the Osaka city government may have to have their tattoos removed or search for…
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