The dad-of-eight from Hobart, Tasmania, claims to be proud of his vast collection of popular culture tatts - which includes the Facebook logo - with the retired firefighter revealing they were a way to pay homage to some of his 'favourite things in life'.
And his devoted wife Elisabete, 43, was so inspired by her husband’s tattoos that she also decided to get the logo of her favourite supermarket Woolworths inked on her hand - hitting the headlines earlier this month for the bizarre stunt.
Scott said: “I used to be really afraid of getting tattoos because I thought they would hurt.
“But like everyone always says, once you get one you just want more. They’re really addictive.
“I have 68 tattoos in total, and lots of them are logos of my favourite drinks, movies, and games.
“My wife tells me I’m like a walking advertisement. I always laugh about it, we think it’s great.’
Scott ‘always used to drink a lot of Pepsi’ as well as energy drinks like V, Monster and Mother – so decided to get their logos inked on his skin.
“If any new drinks come out that I really like, I get them tattooed on me,’ he said.
“It’s the same with movies and games. I get the ones I really love inked on me.
“A lot of my movie tattoos are from films that my kids love, so they get really happy when they see it on my skin.
“That was a big reason why I have so many movie tattoos. I got them for my kids.
“I think it will be great to look back on them when I’m older and have all those great memories.”
Scott and his wife Elisabete have both insisted that other people’s opinions of their tattoos don’t phase them – and the pair have said that they will continue to get inked in the future.
Scott said: “I don’t worry about what other people think. I get these tattoos because I like them, and they look cool.
“At the end of the day, it’s my body and other people’s opinions don’t matter.
“We’re not the types to take ourselves too seriously. We just really love tattoos and enjoy getting inked.
“I’m really proud of them and wouldn’t change a thing.”