A doughnut fan has won himself a lifetime’s supply of sweet treats after getting his favourite bakery’s name tattooed on him.
Tony Day, from Derbyshire, has his arm inked with the logo of Project D.
He got the idea back in 2018, when he was enjoying his stag weekend with Max Poynton, Jacob Watts and Matthew Bond.
The groom-to-be found out the trio were planning to open a bakery back in Derby – so he promised he would get a tattoo to advertise for them.
In return, Tony wanted a lifetime supply of doughnuts.
And it seems what happened on tour didn’t stay on tour – because the pact ended up being made a reality.
Tony got the words “Project D” on his bicep in bubble writing, as well as a pink ice cream van.
The inking has gone down very well with the company, who have fulfilled their free doughnuts promise.
Project D is now expanding all over the country – and Tony is immensely proud of his pals.
He told Derbyshire Live: “Obviously, I can see now that they have smashed it and I’m reaping the benefits.
“I’m really proud of them, and so happy to be affiliated with them.”
Tony is a keen rugby player and member of Melbourne Rugby Club in Derbyshire, which has been sponsored by Project D.
His favourite Project D collection is the Caramel Cartel box and he sees the doughnuts as a vital part of his pre-season rugby training.
Project D co-founder Max Poynton said: “Getting a tattoo of Project D’s ice cream van and our logo is the ultimate fan gesture and so we are only too delighted to reward Tony with free doughnuts for life.
“We hope he enjoys them year after year – one thing’s for sure, he hasn’t got bored of them yet.”
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