Grandma, grandson get matching Duke's Mayo tattoos at Richmond shop

When Zelda Robinson got a call from her grandson saying he had entered the pair into a mayonnaise content, she assumed the grand prize would be a ball cap. A T-shirt at most. 

The 84-year-old didn't think she would be traveling from her Alabama home to Richmond to receive a one-of-a-kind tattoo designed for them. With a fur shawl draped over her shoulders on Friday afternoon, she sat solid as a rock and ate a slice of pizza, all while needles poked her leg.