Florida Students Face Consequences For Tattooing Classmates in School With Same Needle

Two Florida teens are could face some "permanent" consequences for activities that took place in the back of their art class Tuesday. 

Investigators say two female, Flager County students gave several classmates permanent tattoos at Matanzas High School in Palm Coast, using the same needles on all of the students. 

One of the student who received a tattoo posted a picture of the artwork on social media. That student's mother saw the image and contacted the school. 

Two students are now suspended, and they could be charged with tattooing without a license.

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