Leicester City title-winner Jamie Vardy sits for seven-hour tattoo

Jamie Vardy flashes a winner's smile ahead of the Premier League game between Leicester City and West Bromwich Albion on March 1, 2016
Jamie Vardy endured a seven-hour session in the tattooist's chair before watching Leicester City crowned Premier League champions on Monday night.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy prepared to watch his side be confirmed as Premier League champions with a seven-hour session in the tattooist's chair.

Body artist Nik Moss-Glennon, who did not mention details of Vardy's torso tattoo, revealed that the Foxes' top scorer visited one of four shops owned by Leicester captain Wes Morgan.

Vardy then hosted a party at his house on Monday night and watched as Tottenham Hotspur squandered a two-goal lead to draw with Chelsea and confirm Leicester as top-flight champions for the first time.

Moss-Glennon told PA: "In the build-up to it, there was a lot of people coming in and making enquiries but I did not anticipate just how crazy it was going to go when they did win.

"I was keeping track of what was going on with Tottenham then Twitter exploded, Facebook exploded. I tattooed Jamie Vardy that day and my social media started going crazy and it's just continued."

Vardy has scored 22 league goals in 34 appearances this season, with his form earning him a place in Roy Hodgson's England setup.

Wes Morgan celebrates scoring the opener during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Southampton on April 3, 2016
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