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Whether it's a tribal armband, orchids on the lower back playing peek-a-boo with coworkers, or commemorating your love for Iron Mike Tyson, tattoos in the workplace are still taboo.

TheFlashDrive's Carl Wastie went in search for the story behind your ink and the corporate world's reaction to the dragon that's slithering down your arm.

Jermaine, you've had a certain situation around you getting a job, that there was a certain prerequisite regarding the job. Upon hearing the job prerequisite

Carl Wastie - Host of The Flash Drive, Monday to Fridays 3pm - 7pm

Yes, there was. I had a Mike Tyson tattoo on my face. The full tattoo, everything. I went for an interview at the medical company.The prerequisite was I had to remove the tattoo.

Jermaine, had a Mike Tyson tattoo but removed it to adhere to company policy.

In your opinion, do you think it was a fair move?

Carl Wastie - Host of The Flash Drive, Monday to Fridays 3pm - 7pm

I understood where they came from. They gave their reasons for it. It was an open discussion. The even helped me along in getting it removed. For me it worked out.

Jermaine - had a Mike Tyson tattoo but removed it to adhere to company policy.

If you're planning on getting that cute little leprechaun on your ankle, check and make sure what the company's policy are with regards to tattoos and other body adornments.

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