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A die-hard Carlton fan has had an unusual tattoo inked on his calf to represent his love and devotion for the club and his hero, Brendan Fevola.

Over the weekend, Western Australian man, Damon Mule had a QR code tattooed on his leg.

It links to a video of the highlights of Brendan Fevola’s performance in round 3, 2007, against the Bombers.

A die-hard Carlton fan has had an unusual tattoo inked on his calf to show his love.
A die-hard Carlton fan has had an unusual tattoo inked on his calf to show his love. (9News)
Damon Mule had a QR code tattooed on his leg to show his love for his favourite footy player.
Damon Mule had a QR code tattooed on his leg to show his love for his favourite footy player. (9News)

Mule’s love for Fevola goes back to when he was a 12-year-old, watching the historic Carlton vs Collingwood game on New Year’s Eve in 1999.

From that night on, Mule’s ‘fevolution’ had begun.

“I am a bit of a Fev super-fan,” he said.

“I have always stuck by him.

“I am hoping one day that Fevola can sign underneath it and I will get his signature tattooed on me so it’s permanent.”

Mule said that particular round three game however was incredibly special to him.

“I watch this game every couple of weeks,” he said.

“There hasn’t been many special Carlton moments but that is a highlight for me.”

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