Hundreds Queue for Bee Tattoos in Support of Victims of Manchester Attack

StoryfulNewsPublished: May 29, 201716 views
Published: May 29, 2017

Hundreds of people queued in Manchester, England, on May 28 to get bee tattoos as part of a <a href="" target="_blank">fundraising campaign</a> to help those affected by the deadly <a href="" target="_blank">May 22 attack</a> in the city.

The bee is <a href="" target="_blank">reportedly</a> a symbol of Manchester’s industrial past and people got bee tattoos in the wake of the attack to show their solidarity with the city and the victims; Charlotte Campbell, a mother of one of the victims, also got a bee tattoo in honour of her daughter, Olivia.

The event on Sunday was run by Sacred Art tattoo parlour: people <a href="" target="_blank">paid £50</a> to receive a small bee tattoo, and 100 per cent of fund raised were to go to people affected by the attack, according to the parlour.

A <a href="" target="_blank">DJ was on hand</a> to entertain those present.

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