Tattoos We Never Knew Maltese Politicians Had

We had no inkling!

Misha

Since the revelation that Economy Minister Chris Cardona has inked his deltoid with the likeness of everyone's favourite South American revolutionary Che Guevara, we've been super curious about any other tattoos Malta's ruling class might have adorned themselves with. In an investigative scoop, we've been able to procure photographs of some secret tatts belonging to Maltese politicians.

Joseph Muscat

The Prime Minister has chosen to commemorate his fallen friends with an impressive chestpiece. 

Joseph Muscat

Ian Borg

Our parliamentary secretary for EU funds has expressed difficulty with achieving climax in the past (to be exact, ma jorgażmax ruħu). This is probably the reason he got this discreet tattoo: to help him in his forlorn quest.

Ian Borg

Tonio Fenech

To pay homage to all that he holds dear, Tonio sports the weeping Virgin on his shoulder, obviously wearing an Arsenal scarf. A nice Maltese clock on his chest also shows pride for his heritage.

Tonio Fenech

Jason Azzopardi

PN's Shadow Minister for Justice Azzopardi may have denied any involvement in the Lowenbrau land deal that at least two people are talking about, but his shin tattoos don't lie. This man is officially a Cisk hater. 

Jason Azzopardi

Luciano Busuttil

Life as an MP is busy, busy, busy. That's why Lucky Luciano has had this awesome ass-tatt inked. This way, he never needs to look for a seat again.

Luciano Busuttil

BONUS: Franco Debono

We tend to tattoo ourselves with the images we hold nearest and dearest, and Franco Debono is no exception. His tramp stamp portrays his favourite person, along with some lovely Japanese writing.

Franco Debono

Do you have any surreptitious snaps of celebrity tatts? Post them in the comments below!

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Max Dingli

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