A grandfather in Jacksonville, believes his grandson was removed from his care after taking him to get a tattoo. So he says he saw nothing wrong when his 10-year-old grandson wanted his initials tattooed on his leg. The Florida Department of Children and Families visited Garrison's home for another matter, spotted the tattoo and told him, yes, that was a problem. The agency removed all of the grandchildren who were in the home and placed them in foster care, the station reported. It was unclear how many children were involved. But Department spokesman John Harrell said other allegations-not the child's tattoo-were the reasons for removing the children. Under the state law, a child under 16 years of age cannot be tattooed unless it's for medical or dental reasons.