Kenny Ollerenshaw has got possibly the funniest tattoo ever.
Kenny Ollerenshaw has got possibly the funniest tattoo ever. BBC Cumbria

Could you make a tattoo this clever?

TRUCKIE Kenny Ollerenshaw is either a genius, or incredibly stupid.

He got a crazy tattoo and love it or hate it, either way, you can't deny this guy has guts.

Mr Ollerenshaw, from Cumbria in the UK, got a 'tiny man' neck tattoo that basically makes him look like he is a small man driving a vehicle, and it may be the most hilarious thing ever.

"I keep looking at it in the mirror and thinking it's just crazy. You should see what happens when I tense my pecs," he told the Daily Mail.

"My family are all on board with it. The way I look at it is if people don't like it then they don't have to wear it."

He said the tattoo took about four hours and never expected the extreme reaction.

"(My son) thought it was cool but I wasn't expecting it to go viral," the 36-year-old said.

"It's all gone a bit mad and my son has told my mum that I'm famous."

He said the tattoo started to hurt in the last hour.

"I think I was running out of adrenaline. You're supposed to fuel up on sugar before you have one done but all I'd eaten were a couple of burgers," he said.

Tattoo artist Richard Batey has seen a lot of things, but he told the Daily Mail this tattoo was one of a kind.

"It's the first of its kind in the world," he said.

"I have a good mechanical understanding from working in the car industry.

"When Kenny came in he was up for having this done as a chest piece. The result is just the start. There's a long way to go.

"It has 1.1 million views and 2 million likes on Facebook - and it isn't even finished yet.

"It's what I'd call an interactive tattoo and it's more of a shocker than anything else.

"It's got the ability to make an entire room of people smile and laugh and get them talking."

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