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82 Julia Roberts tattoos!!

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Miljenko Parserisas, a 56 year old newspaper salesman, has 82 Julia Roberts tattoos on his body, all of them inspired from different scenes from his favorite movie "Erin Brockovich".

He has spent a total of 14.000 kroner (around $2350) so far, and he states that he's far from done.

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I have seen some shitty portraits in my time, but this guy takes the cake! :cool:

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hahaha poor quality aside.... who decides "man, all I want is Julia Roberts' face tattooed on me as many times as I can! fuck yeah!"

I want to meet him.

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hahaha poor quality aside.... who decides "man, all I want is Julia Roberts' face tattooed on me as many times as I can! fuck yeah!"

I want to meet him.

julia roberts AS erin brokovich none the less

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Pretty weird: Film fan has 82 portraits of actress Julia Roberts tattooed onto his torso

Most film enthusiasts would be satisfied with a signed photograph to remind them of their favourite screen idol.

But Julia Roberts devotee Miljenko Parserisas Bukovic has opted for something a little more personal to prove his love for the Pretty Woman star.

The newspaper vendor from Valparaiso in Chile has spent the last ten years - and about £1,300 - having 82 portraits of the actress tattooed on his torso and arms.

Julia Roberts fan has 82 tattoos of her face on his body | Mail Online

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