Tat’s out of or­der, Lord Su­gar

Manchester Evening News - - NEWS - By JES­SICA SANSOME

LORD Alan Su­gar has en­tered into a Twit­ter spat with one of his Ap­pren­tice can­di­dates over his tat­toos.

The busi­ness­man called Lewis El­lis’ body art ‘hor­rific.’ It came after the lat­est episode saw the can­di­dates tasked with launch­ing an ad­ver­tis­ing cam­paign to pro­mote Fin­land.

Lewis, a dig­i­tal mar­keter from Manch­ester, starred in his team’s ad­vert which saw him whip off his shirt.

But Lord Su­gar, 72, ap­peared to dis­ap­prove, tweet­ing: “Lewis your tat­toos are hor­rific.”

And it didn’t take long for Lewis to re­spond. “Wow LAS how could you do me like this,” he said, later adding: “Thank you ev­ery­one that took the time to show some sup­port for my ‘hor­rific’ tat­toos and point­ing out no one has the right to judge you or your body.”

But the Ap­pren­tice boss shot back: “I have the right of an opin­ion. You will be an em­bar­rass­ment to your kids.”

Ap­pren­tice can­di­date Lewis El­lis and, in­set, Lord Su­gar

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