I’m a tattooed Hooters girl – I have boob inks and tongue piercings, people think they won’t hire you but it’s not true

A HOOTERS girl with various tattoos flaunted them in a video.

While flaunting her tattoos, she also confirmed that you can get hired in the grocery chain even if you have a tattoo.

A tattooed woman who works at Hooters has shared her tattoo with viewers on social media


A tattooed woman who works at Hooters has shared her tattoo with viewers on social mediaCredit: TikTok/_adorekaykay
She also confirmed that the facility hires people with tattoos


She also confirmed that the facility hires people with tattoosCredit: TikTok/_adorekaykay

“Being the Tattoo Hooters Girl”, the woman (@_adorekaykay) wrote in her Videoand added a heart emoji.

She was posted in her Hooters uniform.

She wore a black Hooters tank top and shorts that matched her dark tattoos.

Her hair was tied in a high ponytail, her face adorned with dramatic lashes.

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Someone in the comments section of her video was amazed that she was able to work with tattoos at the facility.

“Wait a moment! So I got hired at my local Hooters, then they declined my job offer because I have tattoos!!” they wrote.

To which the Hooters employee replied, “They should accept them now!”

Another Hooters girl previously confirmed tattoos are allowed in the workplace.

in one VideoMarlynn (@marlynnxoxo) explained that the policy had been changed to allow ink as long as it was not visible on the face or neck.

“Actually, I just got off work and needed to do some stuff on the computer that surpassed our image,” she explained.

She took a screenshot of the new guidelines.

“Tattoos are permitted but must not be offensive, pornographic, profane, racist/discriminatory, contain objective images, depict violence, be defamatory in nature and not be on the face or side/front of the neck,” the policy states .

“So if you walk into a company store and you’re told you can’t be a Hooters girl because you have a tattoo, that’s not correct,” she said.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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