Meet the most tattooed teacher in France, about whom schoolchildren are crazy

Primary school teacher in France. What’s its story?

A person is free to do whatever he wants with his body; nowadays, few people are surprised at all sorts of experiments people do with their appearance.

Some people adore voluminous muscles, others decorate themselves with piercings, others completely transform themselves with the help of plastic surgery, and others make a real tattooed canvas out of their skin.

Frenchman Sylvain first tried tattooing in Britain while studying. But the prim Englishmen failed to see the art in this and saw the guy off with disapproving glances.

Upon completion of his education, the guy returned to his native Paris, where people are not so strict. At first, Sylvian did not feel very comfortable among people, but gradually he got used to it and stopped hiding his tattoos.

Over time, their number only increased and, in the end, there was no free space left on his body. The guy simply adores ornate designs on his body and is proud of them.

Each of them carries a special philosophical meaning and has its own significance for him. The appearance of his “artistic” body can be called a real work of art.

With such a body, there is only one way – into the modeling business, which is what the Frenchman does, but not only that. Sylvain works as a teacher at an elementary school.

At first, school colleagues, and especially parents, were not delighted with such a teacher for children, but seeing how he loved children, and the children loved their unusual teacher, they came to terms with it.

Sylvain maintains his own blog on social networks and is becoming increasingly popular. Film industry masters also paid attention to him; the guy has already been offered film roles several times.

But while he is not ready for this, today his goal is to change the erroneous opinion of many about tattoos and tattoo fans.

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