A CANCER sufferer who daringly tattooed the names of his friends and family on his back is set to get inked once more for charity.
Robert Hansler, 28, from Lind Close, Waterlooville, originally raised £1,400 for The Rowans Hospice after going under the needle to etch 73 names on his back for the cause.
Now a further 25 friends and family have volunteered to have their names artistically displayed on Robert’s body.
He will get the names etched under his arms at tattoo parlour Contagious Addiction, at Park Road South, Havant, on Wednesday.
Robert hopes the feat will raise an extra £400 for the cancer charity, based in Purbrook, Waterlooville.
He said: ‘Because I have cancer I want to raise as much money as I can whilst I am still able to.
‘I can’t do anything too physical like a skydive, so I thought of doing something like this instead.
‘I’m going to keep doing it for anyone who wants to donate their name.
‘A lot of the extra names are relatives who didn’t do it last time.’