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Unemployed teen father with terrifying ‘DEVAST8’ face tattoo is struggling to find anyone who will occupy him

A TEENAGE father whose face is half-covered by a tattoo observant ‘DEVAST8’ has oral out about his problem getting a job.

19-year-old Mark Cropp got the tattoo a few months ago while dipsomaniac on home brewed ethanol with his hermit in a New  Zealand jail last year.

Mark Cropp got the large tattoo while he was in prison

Mark Cropp got the large tattoo while he was in prison

The teen is now struggling to find work and blames the tattoo

The teen is now struggling to find work and blames the tattoo

He was sealed up for pulling a knife on a traveller after trying to sell him feign cannabis.

But now he’s finished his two-year judgment for armed robbery, Mark says the tattoo has impacted his pursuit prospects.

He took to Facebook looking for work, essay on an Auckland-based jobs page: “Hey im penetrating as to work but have one thing that is stoping me and thats my tattoo on my face [sic],”

“Keen as on pursuit or work place that will take me on [sic].”



A morose Mark told the NZ Herald nobody will give him a possibility since of the gigantic inking – which he insists is not gang-related.

He said: “One practice place pronounced to me: “I wouldn’t occupy you with that on you face, we wouldn’t even take a second demeanour at you.

The immature father has been praised for putting himself out there on Facebook

The immature father has been praised for putting himself out there on Facebook

“I’ve had other people that just shrugged and laughed at me.”

But the tattoo was perceived some-more definitely on Facebook, where users commended Mark for getting his name out there – with some charity make-up tips for covering up the tattoo and others even joining him to intensity employers.

One wrote: “We all do reticent things, but we gamble you’re one of the hardest worker’s an employer could ever need!”

And another added: “Goodluck brutha wish someone out there gives you the opportunity, good on you for putting yourself out there! [sic]”


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