A tourist has been mocked online after sharing the matching tattoo she got with strangers.
Caitlin Delphine, originally from Sweden, has stayed in hostels around the world – but this particular stay was one to remember.
The solo traveller, who has visited 33 countries so far, took to TikTok to share the tattoo she got in Morocco.
Caitlin impulsively inked the word ‘mayonnaise’ on her skin in Arabic with two other tourists whom she met in her hostel ten days ago.
The video has since amassed over one million views, and it’s left social media users in shock.
Caitlin Delphine took to TikTok to share a clip of her new body art, which reads ‘mayonnaise’ in Arabic
The content creator shared a clip of her friend’s new tattoo made of Arabic writing.
Caitlin got the new body ink with two other tourists, and one chose to get the tattoo on their arm and another on their ankle.
She wrote: ‘POV: You get matching tattoos in Morocco with people you met ten days ago in a hostel ago.
She held up a translator on her phone over the tattoo to reveal its meaning – mayonnaise.
Despite the unusual choice, the group seemed pleased with their new body art.
Caitlin added in the caption: ‘If you haven’t stayed in a hostel, you definitely should!’
She later added that the group confirmed the artist was Moroccan to ensure the correct spelling.
Over one million social media users have since viewed the clip, and while are amused, some have been left shocked.
Caitlin got the matching ink with two other tourist that she met in her Moroccan hostel just ten days ago
One said: ‘As a Moroccan, I can definitely confirm that spells out mayonnaise.’
A second added: ‘You’ll never forget it at the store again. Personal permanent shopping list.’
A third wrote: ‘That’s so metal.’
A fourth said: ‘Even if it was an accident I don’t think I would even be mad.’
A fifth added: ‘I would sooo get this i love mayo.’
Social media users took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the tattoo – and some were a fan of the body art
It comes after a woman got freckles tattooed on her face live on This Morning last month.
Renée Cleovoulou, from London, who is one of the UK’s leading micropigmentation expert, joined Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond on the ITV show to talk about the latest TikTok trend, semi-permanent freckles.
A client of Renée, Juliette was also on the show to showcase the results of her tattoo procedure, while Yasmin, who already had natural freckles, got more tattooed live on the show.
Showing off the results of her semi-permanent ink, Juliette revealed she had them done only seven days ago.
She said: ‘So I have a few natural ones, and I wanted more after looking at a few Snapchat filters and TikTok and I said I’d love to have more.
‘It’s really inconvenient if you are not naturally born with them because you are doing Henna tattoos or putting them on with makeup and doing that every day is incredibly exhausting.’
Renée, who owns The Dermatography Clinic, said she has a process to vet people before doing semi-permanent freckles on them.
She said: ‘I take a very measured approach, it’s consultation only, a lot of people want it done now, but I wouldn’t do that.
She explained the process is semi-permanent so it lasts one to two years before fading.