Harry Potter fan roasted to death for having a huge tattoo tribute

A Harry Potter fan posted their new tattoo online and was shocked to discover that they would be roasted.

They got a Dark Mark design on their forearm to pay homage to J.K. Rowling’s iconic book series.

Similar designs are seen on Death Eater characters in the films – like Barty Crouch Jr. played by David Tennant.

The Deathly Hallows symbol can be seen in the skull-and-twisted snake illustration.

But unfortunately, the execution wasn’t the best and some people think the ink looks rude.

A picture of the Potter-themed inking was posted on Reddit’s “Bad Tattoos” forum, where it was mocked by some.

Most of the comments were saying how good it was…
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One commenter said: “The skull looks very sad.”

A second agreed: “I’ve never seen a depressed skull before.”

Another thinks the ink looks naughtier than intended, so joked: “I like the little ballsack in the snake’s mouth.”

A fourth wrote: “Someone snapped that poor snake’s neck.”

And another added: “The snake looks so flat it might be a tapeworm with fangs.”

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The Harry Potter fan didn’t get the magical reaction they were expecting (Image: PA)

Others defended the body art though – arguing it doesn’t look as bad as people think.

One Redditor wrote: “It’s okay in my opinion. Although it is certainly amateurish, this is not nearly as bad as the worst tats I have seen.

And another agreed: “Yeah it’s one of those tattoos where the mistakes would drive me crazy if it were on my body but just seeing it on another person I’d probably think it looks fine.

“The vast majority of people looking at it in real life aren’t going to notice the issues. It’s not good but it’s passable.”

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