I wanted a pentagram for my first ever tattoo but after doing it myself I’ve ended up with a VERY different symbol

AN occult fan is counting the cost after a botched DIY tattoo left her with the wrong symbol permanently inked on her body.

Sally said she wanted a pentagram – a five-pointed star associated with devil-worship – for her first ever piece of body art.

Sally shared a picture of the DIY ink online, and captioned it: "So I got my first tatto (home job)."

But she was mortified when a pal asked why she had chosen a six-pointed Star of David, a common symbol in Judaism.

Sally insisted it was a pentagram but the friend explained: "Penta – 5 points. Yours has 6 which makes it the star of david."

Aghast, Sally replied: "I'm sorry what?" and a horrified face emoji.

The hilarious text exchange went viral and was shared again today on the Reddit thread S***ytattoos.

One viewer joked: "They didn't have to specify it was a home job."

Another said: "In the age where you can LITERALLY look up anything online….how the fluff does this stuff STILL happen??????"

Others claimed it was an easy mistake to make.

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One said: "I actually do have a pentagram tattoo and I can’t count the number of times someone has seen it and asked, 'you’re Jewish?'"

Yesterday we told how a Christian asked for a Bible-inspired tattoo but viewers said it looked like a devil's tail.

Another body art fan was furious after a new tatt ended up looking like a sex toy.

And a TikTokker said her tattoo of a full moon was so bad people thought it was a bowl of soup.

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