Tattoo artist supports anti-bullying by giving 'My Little Pony' tattoos
Men lined up at a Sugar Land tattoo artist's shop for "My Little Pony" tattoos.
Shop owner and tattoo artist, Tony Wayne said he was inspired to do the tattoos after hearing a story about Michael Morones, an 11-year-old boy who tried to commit suicide because he was bullied over his favorite TV show, "My Little Pony".
Believing anyone should be able to like whatever they want, Wayne started offering $20 customizable "My Little Pony" tattoos is support for Morones.
Wayne said so far he's done more than 30 "My Little Pony" tattoos.
Part of the proceeds raised from the tattoos will go to an anti-bullying group.