We can’t exactly say that we’re surprised that this guy has a prison tattoo, but considering his current situation, this is the LAST thing we expected to see inked into his skin permanently.
Guess he’s getting comfortable in his new home…
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Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez, sporting a new neck tattoo while making his first court appearance since being sentenced to life in prison for murder, pleaded not guilty on Thursday to a charge he tried to silence a witness in a separate double murder case by shooting him in the face.
The tattoo, on the right side of his neck, includes the word “Lifetime” above a star. The bottom portion of the tattoo was obscured by his shirt collar.
It’s a violation of Massachusetts prison regulations to get a tattoo, to tattoo someone else or to possess tattoo paraphernalia while incarcerated. Possible sanctions include disciplinary detention for up to 10 days and loss of a privilege such as television or radio for up to 60 days. The Department of Correction did not immediately return calls seeking comment on whether Hernandez has been disciplined.
What the hell was Homicide Hernandez thinking?! Just because he was banished to prison is no reason to get his sentenced tatted on his neck. This is just like those dumbazz people who get their name tatted on themselves. Was he afraid of forgetting he would be in prison for life? The orange jumpsuits and prison gang fights are a pretty good reminder if you ask us…
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