Many people around world elect to get tattoos, some with sentiment values likes love, crush, sad and some with happy memories. Right? Is there any one who is not a fan of David Beckham Tattoos? A new PSA from UNICEF U.K. aims to show that some children are marked throughout their lives with scars they don’t ask for.
UNICEF ambassador David Beckham stars in the dark new END Violence campaign. In the spot we see a tattooed Beckham, but the tattoos on his body aren’t the ones fans are used to seeing. Have a look on David Beckham Tattoos and tell what they are saying:
Instead the ink on body of David Beckham comes to life to tell about the stories of the children experiencing violence physically and psychologically. Viewers hear children cry and scream as his tattoos show a father striking his young child and a boy getting bullied by a fellow classmate. The spot concludes with Beckham saying, “Violence against children marks them forever. It’s wrong. End it.”
David Beckham said “Last year I visited Cambodia with UNICEF where I met and listened to children tell me about terrible violence they have experienced.
“I was shocked by what I heard and I saw how violence can leave deep and lasting scars. No child should have to endure this. Yet in all corners of the world, in their homes, schools and on their streets, children are suffering similar violence.
“I hope this new project will draw attention to this urgent issue and inspire action. Violence against children is wrong and together we need to end it.”
Watch this David Beckham Tattoos come to life Video where every tattoo on the body of man speaks alot:
According to UNICEF roughly one in 10 girls under the age of 20 have been subjected to sexual violence, and one child dies every five minutes because of violence.
The star is here to draw your attention people. Stop Child Abuse, because they are out future. Share this article more and more, because sharing is caring.