Well-known tattooist pleads guilty to dangerous drive
A well-known tattoo artist who dangerously drove a vehicle and failed to stop after being involved in a crash will be sentenced in September.
Steven Robert Perry, 27, pleaded guilty in Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Monday to dangerous operation of a vehicle and one count of failure to comply with the duties of a driver involved in a crash.
Magistrate Rodney Madsen told the court Perry dangerously operated a vehicle and failed to stop after being involved in a car crash on June 3.
Perry's solicitor Stephanie Tsimos asked for the case to be listed for a sentence date.
The owner of Mr Ink Tattoo and Barber Lounge will again face court on September 11.
He was released on bail.