- The Swedish Johanna Sandström wanted to have the names of her two children tattooed, but afterwards she was shocked to find that the name of her son Kevin was wrongly written in the tattoo. But instead of having the tattoo removed, Johanna and her husband decided to look for a cheaper solution: she had her son's name changed by law.
'I thought I was going to faint,' says Johanna about the moment she noticed the misspelling of the Swedish newspaper Blekinge Läns Tidning. 'I had said that I wanted to have the names of my children tattooed and gave the artist their names. He drew the design and asked nothing about the spelling, so I did not think about it anymore. '
When she returned to the tattoo artist to find a solution to his mistake, she laughed. He could do nothing more than give her her money back, that's how it sounded.