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'NY Ink': Robear Spills Ink, But Doesn't Clean Up His Mess (VIDEO)


First Posted: 01/27/2012 7:28 am Updated: 01/27/2012 8:37 am

After spilling ink on the floor of the shop, Robear's primary focus was to get his shoes cleaned on "NY Ink" (Thu., 9 p.m. EST on TLC). When Ami came over to help with the clean-up effort, he had some choice words for Robear. But even that didn't convince the floor manager to pitch in. Instead, he started mocking the rest of the staff who were on their hands and knees scrubbing the floor clean.

"Aw, is this labor below all of you guys?" he laughed. "Haven't done something like this in years, have you?" And then, he simply walked off, leaving them to it.

"None of us dropped ink," Tommy said. "He did. And he should have got on his knees and cleaned it up."

Instead, they decided to try and lock him in the room he hid out in. Ami said, "Get a piece of wood. I'll drill it into the f*****g wall [and] lock him in there."

Instead, they tried to prop the door closed with a chair, but Robear came out before they could get anything secured. "Are you guys f*****g joking?" he said. "You think that f*****g chair's gonna keep me in?"

Probably not, but in that moment they were probably wishing that it had.

Catch new installments of "NY Ink" every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.

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