When Marie Molloy woke up in a hospital after being sedated with Ketamine, she was startled to see a male nurse with a skull tattoo on his arm standing near her.
It terrified her so much that she suffered nightmares for two weeks.
The B.C. woman complained to hospital administrators, who told her that they can’t discriminate against staff with tattoos. Molly believes that healthcare facilities should, especially if the body art is highly visible and depicts death and destruction.