After delivering the club from relegation on the final day of the season, Birmingham manager Garry Monk has shelled out £100 for a supporter to have his (Monk's) face tattooed on his (the fan's) backside.
Going into the last match, Blues fan Kevin Tomlinson promised to go through with the tattoo should his team pull off the shock win over Fulham required to mathematically seal their Championship status for another year.
Gary Monk bum tattoo https://t.co/QSas6MLIJc— Shane Cuzick (@cuzick_shane) May 7, 2018
Can we all get behind this? No pun intended #J4T21
I ( Kevin Tomlinson ) promised if Birmingham City beat Fulham I would get Gary Monk's face tattooed on my bum and hey ho! Guess what happened. #J4T21
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