A Greggs superfan has got a tattoo of the bakery chain logo on her leg, because why not?
Pasty-lover Nicole Reed got the unusual inking while on her first girls holiday abroad without her parents.
The 19-year-old put a snap of the tat on Twitter.
She said she got it done in the Greek party resort of Kavos.
Nicole of Manchester tweeted: ‘@GreggsOfficial what’s a girl gotta do to get a free pasty’.
She said today: ‘I got the tattoo because I love Greggs. I love sausage rolls and I just wanted to show my dedication to them.’
The snap has since been liked hundreds of times and received a flurry of responses.
Greggs quipped on Twitter: ‘Should’ve got a Sausage Roll tattooed.’
The chain added: ‘Obviously a fan then?’
Other commenters pointed out a huge flaw in her ploy to get free pasties.
An account called Renegade Master said: ‘You could have bought 40 for the price of the tattoo. Genius’.
Similarly, Jack Farney wrote: ‘They cost like not even £2 for fuck sake’.
While cynics have suggested the amateur inking is fake, Nicole has video evidence of her getting the tat done.
And she insists she has absolutely no regrets as she responded to online trolls who criticised her look.
She wrote: ‘Idk why everyone’s hating on me for my Greggs tattoo. Why you all so bothered it’s not on your leg is it. Give over.’
It comes after another Greggs fan Tom Owen, 33, for a tattoo of a steak bake two years ago.