Dating for the unemployed
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Mark Cropp, 19, had been drinking home brew alcohol behind bars in New Zealand's Christchurch when he went under the needle last year.
But after serving his two-year sentence for armed robbery, Cropp has found the ink to be a stain on his job prospects in the free world.
The father took to social media this week in the hope of finding a job to provide for his baby daughter.'Hey im keen as to work but have one thing that is stoping me and thats my tattoo on my face [sic],' he wrote on the Auckland job Facebook page'Keen as on job or work place that will take me on [sic].'But Cropp told NZ Herald prospective employers were reluctant to give him a chance because of the ink.'One employment place said to me: "I wouldn't employ you with that on you face, I wouldn't even take a second look at you",' he said.
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Parship is the British branch of Europe's largest and most successful serious online service for professional dating, which members are predominantly affluent, educated men and women between 28 and 55 years old.'I've had other people that just shrugged and laughed at me. that's why I made the decision to put that photo on Facebook, to turn around and say "I am just a normal human being, you do not have to judge me because of the way I look".'Cropp was locked up in 2015 after he pulled a knife on a tourist who backed out of a fake marijuana sale.