FlashNews is offbeat pop culture!FlashNews provides daily exclusive offbeat pop culture news items for use by radio/TV producers, on-air talent and print/website editors. FlashNews clients receive data which include direct contact numbers to arrange on-air or in-depth interviews. The content on this page does not include contact information and is for private personal viewing only.

FlashNews media clients have access to full phoner and contact info in the archive.

Weird News Central: `Ink-Oholic' Has 400 Random Tattoos

AOL's <B>Buck Wolf</B> (right) recently took a guided tour of <B>Julie Gnuse's</B> (left) heavily tattooed body. She has 400 tattoos covering 95 percent of her body,
including a mystery one on her labia.

AOL's Buck Wolf (right) recently took a guided tour of Julie Gnuse's (left) heavily tattooed body. She has 400 tattoos covering 95 percent of her body, including a mystery one on her labia.

Friday, June 4, 2010 1:50 GMT

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When tattoos cover 95 percent of your skin, there’s not much canvas left over.

For 55-year-old Julia Gnuse, the only ink-free areas are below her ankles, so even her lady bits are fair game.

AOL Senior Correspondent Buck Wolf recently took a tour of the colorful Guinness World Records holder, who has 400 tattoos of anything and everything on her 5-foot-1 frame.

That includes a yellow submarine carrying the Beatles on her left shin, the famous Bewitched scene featuring Elizabeth Montgomery flying on a broomstick on her butt, and the Three Stooges across her back.

Gnuse, a self-professed “ink-oholic,” says it all began with a tattoo of an octopus on her leg to cover a scar after her 30th birthday.

She tells Wolf that she only regrets two of her pieces: An Elvis, which didn’t come out well and had to be turned into a Mickey Mouse, and the face of an ex- boyfriend on her breast.

Gnuse says the guy was a jerk, so she had an artist turn him into funnyman Rodney Dangerfield.

© Copyright 2010 Wireless Flash News Inc

blog comments powered by Disqus