One D deny promoting tattoos to young fans

One D deny promoting tattoos to young fans

One Direction have removed a Twitter message calling on fans to show off their 'One-D Tattoos' for a chance to appear in their new film.

The boy band insist they were not trying to encourage people to get a tattoo.

While under-18s are not allowed tattoos - artist Matthew Hugill fears some parlours may not question their age:

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