Jerome Boateng revealed his latest tattoo design to his 3.6million Instagram followers
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has revealed his latest piece of body art... two large Greek theatre masks of tragedy and joy, across his upper thighs.
The German centre back, 28, took to his Instagram account to reveal the freshly inked body art to his 3.6million followers.
The design dominates the entirety of Boateng's upper thighs and features two masks in black ink.
The masks are similar to those seen in Greek theatre, one crying while the other smiles - depicting a contrast of tragedy and joy.
Boateng captioned the image with just a simple emoji symbol of two masks, while comments poured in with followers expressing their opinions on his latest piece of body art.
The defender is no stranger to the tattooist's needle, with both his arms and full back sporting an array of designs.
Boateng is yet to feature so far this season, after picking up an injury with Germany at Euro 2016
The defender limped off the field after 59 minutes when Germany played France in the semi-final of Euro 2016, and has spent his pre-season working back to full fitness.
His club Bayern Munich will be hoping Boateng's latest tattoo brings him good luck when he returns to first-team duty.
Boateng may find it difficult to reclaim his place at the heart of Bayern's defence however as the Bavarian giants are yet to concede a single goal so far this season.
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