A Sydney teen has won a year's supply of KFC after entering a competition online with a very unique submission.
Brooke Collins entered the fast food chain's competition which asked customers to comment on a post on their Facebook Page, telling them why they deserved to win free KFC for a year.
Brooke commented on the post with a photo of a tattoo that she got on her ankle during Schoolies on the Gold Coast with her friend Brielle Sharkie.
It turns out, that back when they were having a great holiday in Queensland, the friends decided to get the KFC logo tattooed on their ankles as they bonded over their love of fried chicken.
Brooke told news.com.au that when they requested the tattoo, the artist didn't believe them at first.
"I ended up making a status to see if we would get a certain amount of likes and we would get it, and obviously we did.
"So we got to the Gold Coast and had time to kill before check-in, and basically went and got the tattoos after being at schoolies for not even half an hour! The tattoo shop people honestly could not believe us when we asked for what we wanted."
The winning prize entitles her to $100 worth of KFC products each week, for 52 weeks — $5200 across the year, or about 458 three-piece boxes.
What a trooper!