A MODEL who was bullied at school for "looking different" has had the last laugh - seeing fans get tattoos of her face.
Molly Hull, from South Wales, raised the middle finger to those who once taunted her in a video shared with her 390,000 TikTok followers.
She is now an influencer and anti-bullying campaigner with over 200,000 Instagram fans who love her quirky style.
Some have even had her likeness permanently inked on their bodies.
Molly says in her video: "Getting bullied for not looking like everyone else as a kid."
She turns sideways to show her profile, then sticks up the middle finger in a rude gesture to the haters.
Then she adds: "Now people get my face tattooed.
The vid shows at least six tattoos of her face that she has been sent by fans.
Molly added in the caption: "Never listen to the haters, keep doing you 🙏🏻 one day they’ll be your biggest fan 🤣#stayweird."
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One fan commented: "Imagine being so photogenic people literally have you permanently on their skin 😍😩 you're literally the main character we're just supporting roles."
Another said: "This is amazing! I had the same problem with my nose 😔 it’s my biggest insecurity! So much love for you!!! ♥️♥️"
And another said: "My friend has your face as a tattoo!!!"
In November we told how a former child star of the X Factor defied bullies to become a TikTok megastar with Snoop Dog among his fans.
A man with the skin condition vitiligo who was called "zebra" by cruel classmates went on to be a catwalk model.
And a girl who was mercilessly teased over her weight had the last laugh as a beauty queen.