The inside of his lip might say "ISIS," but Kirk Soccorso says he's no Muslim radical.
The Mastic, New York man claims he was recently fired from his job as a tool demonstrator at Home Depot after sharing a private tattoo with a few coworkers, KFOR reports.
While Soccorso is considering suing the company, however, a spokesperson for Home Depot denies the ink had anything to do with his termination.
The tattoo, which bears the name of the infamous Islamic terrorist group, is reportedly a homage to an ex-girlfriend.
According to Soccorso, the pair decided to swap name tattoos without any idea the acronym was problematic.
We do crazy things for love.