Good people, bad tattoos: New television special shines spotlight on America’s worst tattoos
"Young people just have more of a tendency to make bad decisions," she says.
Case in point, Bobby "Pickles" Piccirillo, a 32-year-old Staten Island t-shirt peddler who tattooed a derogatory term for Italians on his back when he was 14 years old.
By JACOB E. OSTERHOUT
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
APR 03, 2013
How a D.C. Bar Became the ‘Haven’ for the Proud Boys
“It’s been a place that’s, like, a Republican hangout, and people just know that it’s a friendly spot to go to if you’re on the right,” said Bobby Pickles, a member of the Proud Boys’ southern Florida chapter, in a phone conversation. (Pickles is an alias.) “I’m happy that they give us a safe haven to go to.”
By IAN WARD
In an era of racial unrest, Americans converging in D.C. to celebrate the Fourth of July question the meaning of freedom
A Proud Boy who would only give his name as Bobby Pickles, who is white, said he had come from Florida to show his patriotism and symbolically defend the city’s statues, which he said represent the nation’s history and heritage.
THE WASHINGTON POST
July 4, 2020
The Black Church That Could Bankrupt the Proud Boys
Meanwhile, West Palm Beach Proud Boy Robert Piccirillo (aka Bobby Pickles) runs a company called Fat Enzo LLC, which prints stylized images of Italian-American mobsters and serial killers like Ted Bundy, and Hunter S. Thompson slogans on T-shirts. There’s an entire section of the Fat Enzo website dedicated to merch inspired by far-right troll and failed congressional candidate Laura Loomer.
BY: Tess Owen and Greg Walters
April 8, 2021
Florida Business Owner Banned From Facebook and Instagram For Ties To Laura Loomer and Roger Stone
Bobby Pickles, a South Florida small business owner, Trump supporter, Proud Boy, and avid supporter of Roger Stone and Laura Loomer, is the latest conservative to get the boot from far-left social media platform Facebook.
JULY 11, 2020
Business Owner Behind “Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong” Shirt Banned From Facebook
Bobby Pickles, the owner of Fat Enzo,, a custom cap and t-shirt sweatshop based in West Palm Beach, is the latest person to be erased from social media for advocating for a commutation or pardon of Trump advisor Roger Stone. Pickles, the man behind the infamous ROGER STONE DID NOTHING WRONG brand, also creates promotional items for South Florida congressional candidate Laura Loomer.
Pickles has hosted both Stone and Loomer on his podcast in the past year in addition to being their go-to vendor for caps and t-shirts.
By Jacob Engels
The Gateway Pundit
July 13, 2020
West Palm Beach Proud Boys attend violent D.C. election protest, blame antifa for troubles
Police say there were 38 arrests - 10 for assaults on police officers - at Saturday's #stopthesteal rally, where those who believe President Trump won re-election clashed with opponents.
Palm Beach Post
DEC 15TH 2020
Local Craigslist mobile mechanic accused of scamming customers
Robert Piccirillo owns a t-shirt shop called Fat Enzo in downtown West Palm Beach. Back in June, he and his partner Matthew Piazza needed someone to fix their company car.
“We wanted to sell it to put the money back into the company,” Piccirillo said.
by Yaremi Farinas
Tuesday, August 8th 2017
America's Worst Tattoos (TV Series)
Exes, Anniversaries, and Another Man's Name (2013)
In this episode, a man has a tattoo that is a terrible tribute to him and his best friend, another mans awful tattoo was an attempt at vengeance on his ex-girlfriends, and a woman's donut tattoo gets mistaken for poop.
1 May 2013 (USA)