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Sunday, 6 March 2011

image for Alex Pettyfer Explains Why He Will Not Remove His Ex-Girlfriend Emma Robert's Tattoo From His Right Wrist Alex Pettyfer's pet bull which he named 'Sir Stormbreaker.' (Photo courtesy of Emma Roberts).

UPPER TOOTING, England - Alex Pettyfer, a young English actor who first gained world wide acclaim when he appeared in the spy thriller Stormbreaker, was seen visiting one of his high school chums Harold Blenkinsopp who resides in Upper Tooting.

Alex was spotted by a reporter for The Bees Knees News Agency Birmingham Cribworthy and asked about his relationship with American actress Dianna Agron. He smiled politely and revealed that he and Miss Agron had parted ways.

Cribby, as his fellow reporters call him, asked if he had gotten any tattoos with her name as he had when he was dating his previous girlfriend Emma Roberts.

Pettyfer shook his head and replied that he hadn't and that he had sort of learned his lesson about permanent ink marks in that relationship

The reporter noticed that Pettyfer still had the tattoo with the initials ER inside interlinking hearts on his right wrist and he asked about it.

Alex proudly held up his right hand and showed The Bee's Knees News Agency reporter that the tattoo was still there visible for all to see.

He was asked if he was going to get it removed using the laser process that most celebrities, sports figures, and politicians use.

Young Alex grinned and said that the tattoo would not be coming off.

He blushed and then said that he had thought about it but decided against it since he is extremely afraid of lasers.

Alex apologized to Mr. Cribworthy and said that he had to go as he was on his way to meet with movie producers about working out details for a sequel to his film Stormbreaker which is tentatively titled Stormbreaker II - Spy Gadgets Gone Wild.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Stormbreaker was released in the United States as Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker, apparently to capitalize on the names Operation Desert Storm, and Operation Desert Shield.]

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