I have an issue with Florida sportsman Katie Kats, who posted a photo of herself on social media posing with her fake tattoos.
The story is one of a growing number of photos on social networks of the sportswoman posing with fake tattoos, but I am not aware of any other sportsman or female athlete posting a photo like that on a social network.
This particular picture has generated a lot of attention on the internet and has been shared thousands of times.
The pictures are often posted by the same person or have a similar caption, often with the name Katie Kats.
A few have been posted on the popular Facebook group “Fitness For Life” in which members post photos of themselves posing with their fake tattoos to show how much they love their sport.
The posts often go viral.
The photo on the right was posted on April 14 by Katie Kats and the caption says: ‘Haha, I’m Katie Kats from Florida, and I’m the owner of Fit For Life Fitness Center in Orlando.
My goal is to help everyone achieve their health and fitness goals.’
A few of the photos on the left have been shared hundreds of times on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and elsewhere.
This is Katie Kats posing with a fake tattoo that says ‘D-Day’ in green ink.
The caption says, ‘I love to workout, and the sun is always shining!
I love all things fitness and fitness related.
If you want to see what it’s like to be in a bikini with a bunch of body builders, go see me in my gym.’
Katie Kats was not immediately available for comment.
On Facebook, the photo has been viewed more than 2,000 times and shared more than 20,000 shares.
‘What makes it so hard for me to understand why someone would do this?’, asked one member of the fitness community.
‘I’ve seen this happen on Instagram, Facebook, and on social networking sites.
What’s really upsetting is that this isn’t something I see often.
It seems so normal.
I don’t think it’s a problem to get a tattoo.
I just hope that people realise that you don’t have to do this on your own.’
I’ve seen Katie Kats post photos like this on social network sites like Instagram.
Katie Kats poses with her Fake Tattoo on April 18, 2018 in Orlando, Florida.
(Source: Katie Kats Facebook) Katie Kats also posted the photo on her Instagram account, but the caption said, ‘In case you didn’t know, I do have tattoos, so if anyone knows where I live and where I work I would love to get your help.’
Katie Kat has been a member of Fit for Life since July 2016.
She was born in Melbourne, Victoria, and moved to Florida when she was five years old.
She began her career at a local gym and started working at the gym as a junior in high school.
‘Fitness was my life for a long time,’ she said.
‘When I started working in the gym I was always a bit of a social misfit, so it was never an easy thing for me.
I used to joke that my father used to go to the gym with me and my mum, but now I just go and sit in the car with the boys and do nothing.
‘The way I look, the way I talk, I like to do all of that stuff.
I’m not into the physical stuff, but if I’m in the mood, I can do it.
I try and look after myself and that’s it.
‘At the end of the day, I want to have fun and enjoy myself.
I think that’s why I do it.’
She added that it is ‘very difficult to get my head around’ the issue of fake tattoos because she is often misunderstood by people.
‘People assume that people with fake tattoo are the only ones with them.
That’s not the case.
‘They say, “Oh, you have fake tattoos? Oh, I don