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Tattoo parlor inked Sox logo backward, woman says

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Eugenia Bebis displays the backward Sox tattoo before her first treatment to have the tattoo removed.


A woman claiming a Northwest Side tattoo parlor

accidentally

inked a backward Chicago White Sox logo on her thigh filed a lawsuit

Thursday against the business and the artist.

Elmwood

Park resident Eugenia Bebis claims that on June 5

Mystic Tattoo Art & Body Piercing Corp. employee Micah St. John

improperly

tattooed her a backward Chicago White Sox logo on her thigh, according

to a

suit filed in Cook County Circuit Court.

Bebis has undergone extensive laser tattoo removal

procedures and will require more procedures and a larger tattoo to cover

up the

laser-faded backward tattoo, according to the suit.

The suit claims Bebis suffered pain from the laser

treatments and disfigurement from the backward tattoo and the

treatments.

The suit claims, among other things, Mystic Tattoo

failed to

notice the tattoo was being inked backward and didn't adequately train

and

supervise employees.

An employee at Mystic Tattoo, 3120 N. Cicero Ave.,

could not

provide further information.

An affidavit attached to the two-count states the

amount sought is less than $50,000 plus the

cost of the suit from Mystic Tattoo and St. John.

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