KEY WEST (POP America) -- Tattoo ink is flowing again in Key West. For the first time in 40-years, the city is allowing tattoo parlors to open up in the "almost anything goes" tourist town. Tattooing was banned in the Southernmost City back in 1966 when leaders considered it a seedy activity and thought it was too accessible for drunken sailors. Many believed the law was excessive since Key West is known worldwide for allowing hedonistic behavior during events like Fantasy Fest and Bike Week. The ban was lifted after tattoo artists claimed the law violated their constitutional rights. Two parlors opened up in the city yesterday with more sure to follow. Among the first to get a tattoo was Inga the Swedish Bombshell, a local drag queen.