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Huddersfield fan left red-faced due to spelling gaffe on promotion celebration tattoo

Thursday, July 27, 2017

A passionate Huddersfield Town supporter has been left embarrassed after a tattoo marking the Terriers' promotion to the Premier League went wrong.

After Huddersfield clinched promotion in the play-off final at Wembley back in May, Terriers fan Calum Harris wanted a permanent reminder of that glorious day on his leg.

Sadly, the tattoo did not go according to plan after the tattooist inked "fairy tail" rather than "fairytale".

The tattoo reads: "The fairy tail season, has the happiest ending" and includes the date of the play-off final.

Huddersfield fan Calum Harris with his misspelled promotion tattoo
Photo: Facebook/Calum Harris

This quote - when written correctly - was from Sky Sports commentator following the dramatic penalty shoot-out that clinched Huddersfield's promotion.

Although Calum's original post did not go viral, it was shared on Twitter - where it has immediately become the subject of ridicule.

Huddersfield fan Calum Harris has been ridiculed on Twitter

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