Watch this anti-Wenger Arsenal fan get Wenger tattoo after losing bet

An Arsenal fan known as DT has released a video of himself getting an Arsene Wenger tattoo and shared a picture of the finished article.

The football fan came to attention last month when he started bringing a flag to matches calling on manager Arsene Wenger to leave the club.

The flag read: “Arsene, thanks for the memories but it’s time to say goodbye”. It annoyed a lot of Arsenal supporters but that didn’t bother DT.

The attention-loving fan was on Twitter last week, promising to get an Arsene Wenger tattoo if Jamie Vardy scored for England.

Inevitably, he did.

A man of his word, DT got the tattoo last week - and has now shared the video and images online.

Video from ArsenalFanTV.

DT was true to his word and got a tattoo of the French manager - but managed to get a crafty dig in too.

Check out the end result.

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