Indian tattoo controversy
Matthew Gordon was in Bangalore, India with his girlfriend when he was surrounded by members of the ruling Hindu nationalist, Bharatiya Janata, Party. The group approached him in regards to his tattoo of Yellamma, a Hindu goddess, because of its cultural insensitivity. Reporter Katie Doherty reports on the controversy surrounding the tattoo.
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