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Ocean City Police Shuts Down Henna Tattoo Stands

Ocean City Police, along with ICE Homeland Security investigators, shut down eight henna tattoo stands on the boardwalk last Saturday morning.

Ocean City Police, along with ICE Homeland Security investigators, shut down eight henna tattoo stands on the boardwalk last Saturday morning.

Police say the stands were shutdown because ten students on active F-1 visas were operating the stands and did not comply with the parameters of their visas.

Ocean City Police say the shutdown is an example of law enforcement cooperating to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations.

Courtesy: Ocean City Police

Courtesy: Ocean City Police

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