It goes without saying that tattoos are absolutely huge now, yet discrimination directed towards those who are inked tends to be the same. An occurrence in Denver with Filter's drummer Jeff Fabb is a perfect example. Check out what happened here.

After the band's performance in Denver, the guys went to eat Brother's Bar and Grill, a restaurant chain out of Wisconsin, but when the manager caught sight of Fabb's visible and not inappropriate neck tattoo, he was denied entry.

Patrick flipped out and took up for his drummer, even calling on the fans of Filter and everyone to boycott the restaurant. Fabb said he remained calm during the trouble, yet he also felt that the situation was completely ludicrous.

It's pretty ridiculous that things as simple as tattoos get you kicked out of a restaurant; I suppose that's just the world we live in, folks.