England rugby stars ordered to cover up tattoos at World Cup 2019 in Japan due to mafia links

ENGLAND'S rugby stars have reportedly been knowledgeable they need to cover up their tattoos at subsequent yr's World Cup in Japan – due to links with Japanese mafia.

With workforce lodges being allotted on Thursday there was warning despatched out about using swimming swimming pools for restoration periods, in accordance to the Mail.

 Rugby stars have reportedly been informed they must cover up their tattoos at next year's World Cup in Japan

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Rugby stars have reportedly been knowledgeable they need to cover up their tattoos at subsequent yr's World Cup in Japan

Until swimming pools are booked out for personal use, gamers might be ordered to put on physique-con tops to conceal their physique artwork.
In Japan, tattoos are related to criminality and carry a stigma.

Visitors are sometimes refused entry to public baths and scorching springs if they don’t the cover their physique artwork.

So, internationals could have to put on pores and skin tight tops to conceal their our bodies in public swimming pools.

 In Japan, tattoos are associated with criminality and carry a stigma.

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In Japan, tattoos are related to criminality and carry a stigma.
 Eddie Jones was a former assistant coach at Japan

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Eddie Jones was a former assistant coach at Japan

Whereas workforce's have been knowledgeable of their preliminary lodge allocations, the record has not but been made public.
England head coach Eddie Jones, whose mom was Japanese-American, shall be very conscious of Japanese customs.

Jones additionally started his profession at Japan the place he was their assistant coach.

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ENGLAND'S rugby stars have reportedly been knowledgeable they need to cover up their tattoos at subsequent yr's World Cup in Japan – due to links with Japanese mafia.