A Greggs superfan has declared her love for the bakery chain – by getting a vegan sausage roll tattooed on her leg.
Tattoo apprentice Beth Kweeday, 23, visits the bakery several times a day and got inked to honour her love for their vegan sausage rolls.
The artwork was carried out by her colleague Rachel Baldwin, 35, who jokingly suggested she give Beth the tattoo after noticing her lunch habits.
The pair, who work together at Bold as Brass tattoo studio in Liverpool, designed it together, before Rachel tattooed vegetarian Beth on October 21.
Now in the healing process, Beth said she “couldn’t be happier” with the outcome of her latest ink.
Beth said: “All my colleagues in the tattoo shop have a running joke about how often I buy food from Greggs.
“When Rachel suggested the tattoo, I was on board straight away – a lot of my tattoos are quite serious so it’s good to have a jokey one too.
“I definitely wouldn’t say no to another Greggs tattoo – it’s opened a door for me now.
“It’s safe to say I’m a Greggs superfan!”
Rachel, who spent an hour inking the pastry on Beth’s leg, said: “The tattoo idea came about because Beth goes to Greggs around five times every day.
“She loves all the vegan options they have so I suggested we solidify her love.”
In August The Mirror told how the bakery, known for its pasties, sausage rolls, and fudge donuts, is to open 63 new branches.
The bakery chain then announced the update in its interim results revealing pre-tax profits for the year hit £55.5million after businesses were given the green light to trade again after the pandemic.
But last month it stopped short of saying whether its “inflation pressures” would see customers paying more for its food.
Greggs also ran out of menu options in some shops because of delivery issues caused by lorry driver shortages.