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Woman Shares ‘Terrifying’ Moment Neck Tattoo ‘Goes Wrong’

A woman has shared the 'terrifying' moment her neck tattoo went wrong. 
Credit: @isabelnewman/TikTok

A woman has shared the ‘terrifying’ moment her neck tattoo went wrong. 

Isabel Newman recently took to TikTok to open up about her experience which has ‘unlocked a new fear’ in many of her followers.

She captioned the post: “If you’re having a bad day, I was getting my neck tatted and this happened…”

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Isabel Newman
The woman has shared the ‘terrifying’ moment her neck tattoo went wrong. Credit: @isabelnewman/TikTok

She went on to add: “Watch till the end.”

In the clip, Newman is seen sitting down while having her creation done by an artist.

At first, everything seemed fine. However, things quickly went pear-shaped when the chair she was sitting in suddenly fell backwards.

Since being uploaded, the video has been viewed a whopping 2million times and it’s received more than 270,000 likes.

Hundreds have taken to the comments and described the moment the chair dropped as ‘frightening’.

One viewer said: “You’ve just unlocked a new fear for me.”

Another added: “I live in fear of the bench collapsing.”

“How did I know this was going to happen… Oh my God,” a third commented.

@isabelnewmanWatch till the end ?? ##fyp ##tattoo♬ Oh No – Kreepa

Other viewers have commented on how ‘cool’ and ‘calm’ Newman reacted to the mishap.

“Your reaction is so cool. I would have been so dramatic, laughing my a** off,” one person wrote.

In agreement, a second said: “So I see the tattoo is okay but I wanna know how that felt because you looked super relaxed as he was tattooing you.”

In a follow-up video, Newman confirmed that, miraculously, the mishap didn’t actually ruin her inking.

“Guys, my tattoo is somehow fine,” she reassured viewers.

The TikToker then showed off what appears to be an Arabic phrase on her neck.

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