Great-granddad Jack Reynolds has set a new world record for Oldest person to receive their first tattoo, after going under the needle on his 104th birthday.
Jack, from Chesterfield, UK, had "Jacko 6.4.1912" tattooed on his upper arm at local parlour Pete Who's this morning.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain before getting his record-breaking tattoo, he said he was "apprehensive" but added: "But I'm looking forward to it."
Showing no obvious sense of anxiety during the procedure, Jack joked: "I'd rather be doing this than getting a haircut."
The former railway line foreman has already raised £2,146 for independent charity Ashgate Hospice which cares for terminally ill adults across North Derbyshire by attempting the record.
His daughter Jayne Goodwin, 55, and grandson Shane Spencer, 35, also who got the same tattoo.
Proud Jayne said afterwards: "I'm really proud of him. He's my superhero”.
"He initially joked about getting it on his bottom, but then wasn't too keen on having to get out his bum to show people."