Man gets his 17-year-old daughter to 'home tattoo him' in honour of a Bunnings ...

Barbecue enthusiast gets his daughter, 17, to tattoo him with a tribute to Bunnings' popular $85 mini spit roast Melbourne man Ross Fountis is a massive fan of Bunnings' mini BBQ spit Fountis' daughter recently helped him 'home tattoo' as a product homage The value for money product has its own Facebook page, with 11,700 members

By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:34 BST, 6 October 2020 | Updated: 02:39 BST, 6 October 2020

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A barbecue enthusiast has gone above and beyond to pay homage to a popular mini cooker sold at Bunnings.

Melbourne man Ross Fountis, was 'stuffing around' at home recently with his daughter before he decided on a whim to add to his 'substantial' personal tattoo collection.

'I've got plenty of tattoos, we were having a laugh at home and thought "why not",' Fountis told Daily Mail Australia.

Melbourne man Ross Fountis (pictured) paid personal homage to the Jumbuck BBQ, getting his daughter to help tattoo a design on his leg

Melbourne man Ross Fountis (pictured) paid personal homage to the Jumbuck BBQ, getting his daughter to help tattoo a design on his leg

Ross Fountis (pictured) recently got a 'home tattoo' to pay homage to his favourite mini BBQ from Bunnings, the Jumbuck

Ross Fountis (pictured) recently got a 'home tattoo' to pay homage to his

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