Jon Arton, 36, thought it was "hilarious" someone wanted the now-viral spat permanently inked, and was happy to grant the request.
Artist Jon, from Birmingham, completed the tattoo on Sunday (April 3).
Jon said: "I thought let’s do it - it’s hilarious.
“It’s quite small and discreet – if it wasn’t I probably wouldn’t have done it.
Jon has been a tattoo artist for three years and specialises in hyper realistic portraits.
“It’s a weird, interesting and crazy thing – I don’t think there’s a right or wrong side, it’s just an interesting thing some celebrities have done," he said.
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