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Melbourne barber giving away free Dustin Martin haircuts

  • Huge crowds are seen crammed into a Melbourne barber to get the iconic cut 
  • Dr Follicles barber store was giving away free Dustin Martin hair cuts to fans
  • The ‘Mohawk Mullet’ hair cut comes just hours after Tigers’ have victory win   

It appears nothing is off limits for the Tiger army celebrating the incredible 37-year drought breaking victory. 

Huge crowds of people crammed into a local barber shop in Melbourne on Saturday night to get themselves a replica of Dustin Martin’s iconic hair cut.

A video shows a rowdy group of fans transforming their style to mirror the Tiger superstar.

 

Huge crowds of people (left) crammed into a local barber shop in Melbourne to get themselves a Dustin Martin hair cut (right)

Richmond fans appeared to be lining up to get their own 'Dusty' cut just hours after the team won the AFL premiership (pictured)

Richmond fans appeared to be lining up to get their own ‘Dusty’ cut just hours after the team won the AFL premiership (pictured)

Once described as the ‘Mohawk mullet’, Martin’s signature style consists of shaving the sides of the head, leaving a short Mohawk running down the middle of the head.

Richmond fans appeared to be lining up to get their own ‘Dusty’ cut just hours after the team won the AFL premiership. 

The crowds were cheering as one man emerged with his own cut by Dr Follicles barber store.

The barber shop, just two kilometres from Melbourne’s MCG, was said to be giving away the hair cuts for free to celebrate Richmond’s tremendous win.

Martin is the first player in AFL history to win the Brownlow Medal, Norm Medal and premiership flag.

A rowdy group of people were caught on camera transforming their heads to mirror the Tiger superstars' iconic cut (pictured)

A rowdy group of people were caught on camera transforming their heads to mirror the Tiger superstars’ iconic cut (pictured)

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