The Swedish PSG football star has joined the WFP's campaign to fight world hunger and he was quick to show the world his support.
In a match versus Caen on Saturday, February 14th, 2015, 'Ibra' scored after an incredible 72 seconds of playing time, and immediately took off his shirt in his celebration, revealing 50 new tattoos on his already inked body, representing names of hungry people being helped by the United Nations World Food Programme. It was revealed that the name tattoos were temporary, however the WFP just released an official video for the campaign showing the star in his new set of temporary ink. It is undeniably moving.
"There are 805 million hungry people in the world today. That means 1 in 9 people do not get enough food to be healthy and lead an active life. Make sure the world knows – join Zlatan Ibrahimovic and raise your voice for the hungry." - World Food Programme
He was immediately booked by the ref, but it was for a good cause. PSG ended up drawing 2-2 with Caen.