It is not every day that you get a phone call that says, “Do you want to go to my house and get me a tattoo?
We can do this.
The only thing is, I need your name.”
But that’s exactly what happened to the woman who was in contact with the man who called her on the phone.
The scammer made the call on December 20 and told the woman he was a professional tattoo artist who was looking for a new tattoo artist.
She thought he was kidding but then the scammer said he had a real job and that he was going to get her a tattoo.
The woman was shocked and didn’t know what to do, but she did get a tattoo and called the police.
The caller claimed to be an artist and had just completed a two-hour session in the studio.
The woman, however, was unable to speak and was terrified of going back home to check on her son.
Police said the man called her multiple times in the next few days, offering to tattoo her body and make it look like a tattoo, according to CBS San Francisco.
He even took her to his home, where she was told he had done a good job, CBS San Franciscus reported.
The tattoo artist told the police he had not done anything wrong, but the woman was still terrified.
She contacted police again and told them the man was a scam artist and that her son was hurt and he was in danger.
The officer interviewed the woman and her son at the police station, CBS News reported.
Police say the woman is not a danger to herself or anyone else.
They are not looking for anyone else who may have been affected by this scam.