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Surprisingly tattooed historical figures

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Before tattoos emerged into the mainstream as they have today, they were restricted to mostly rockers, soldiers and criminals. At least, that’s the most common stereotype, but PolicyMic gives us 14 historical figures that don’t fit the bill.

According to the list, figures such as Andrews Jackson, who had a giant tomahawk tattooed on his inner thigh, and Winston Churchill’s wife, who adorned her wrist with a snake, sported their own tattoos.

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To find out what other 12 historical figures had bizarre tattoos click here. 

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