“We went to Kings games all my life and it’s something I want to have on me,” said Syrena Thoreson, 21, of Elk Grove who also said that her husband thought it was stupid to get a Kings tattoo. A happy Thoreson takes a picture of her completed tattoo at Royal Peacock on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The Kings paid for the first 41 fans in line, and the shop offered discounts to others seeking Kings ink on Wednesday.
“We went to Kings games all my life and it’s something I want to have on me,” said Syrena Thoreson, 21, of Elk Grove who also said that her husband thought it was stupid to get a Kings tattoo. A happy Thoreson takes a picture of her completed tattoo at Royal Peacock on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The Kings paid for the first 41 fans in line, and the shop offered discounts to others seeking Kings ink on Wednesday. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
“We went to Kings games all my life and it’s something I want to have on me,” said Syrena Thoreson, 21, of Elk Grove who also said that her husband thought it was stupid to get a Kings tattoo. A happy Thoreson takes a picture of her completed tattoo at Royal Peacock on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The Kings paid for the first 41 fans in line, and the shop offered discounts to others seeking Kings ink on Wednesday. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Fans line up for free tattoos of Kings logos in Sacramento

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