I’m the Hearts fan who went viral for showing my boob tattoo on Italian TV – it’s only Hibs fans who are annoyed

A HEARTS fan who interrupted a live TV broadcast in Italy to show a Jambos-inspired tattoo on her breast has revealed her shock after going viral.

Journalist Tancredi Palmeri was speaking about the transfer window when Natasha Lodge and her boyfriend appeared in front of the camera.

Natasha could be the most popular Hearts fan on the planet right now

Thankfully she has no regrets over going viral

People were in stitches at her antics

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After telling the SportItalia correspondent her name and that she was from Edinburgh, he quickly said ‘Hearts of Midlothian’ to show he knew about Scottish football.

But Natasha, from Niddrie, left him rushing to cover her modesty after she suddenly lifted her to top to expose her ‘5-1’ inking – a nod to her side’s famous victory over rivals Hibs in the 2012 Scottish Cup Final.

Speaking to the Scottish Sun, Natasha said: “It seems like the only people bothered are Hibs fans on Facebook. 

“There’s been thousands of comments. But definitely a lot more good fun ones than nasty, you get that everywhere though. 

“I’m not bothered about it, I just find it crazy how you can do one wee thing on the street and have no idea how many people are going to see it.”

Palmeri, who shared the footage to his 220k Twitter followers, later enjoyed a drink with the couple as the footage quickly started to spread all over social media.

To make matters worse for her partner, he revealed he was actually a fan of Hibs himself.

But Natasha insists her other half is absolutely fine with the tattoo she drunkenly got during a holiday to Magaluf in 2016.

She adds: “He came afterwards. We laugh about it.

“I got it there so it was easy to cover up.

“I mean it doesn’t really bother me but I just seem to enjoy showing people once I’ve had a drink.

“He’s a Hibs fan but it doesn’t bother him at all.”

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