Revealed: Australia’s fiercest bloody mullet
THE results are in - Australia's best mullet can be found in Humpty Doo (was there ever any doubt?).
Nominations came in from every corner of the country to the NT News' search for Australia's greatest mullet but it was diesel mechanic Ash Gardner's magnificent scone which was voted the one to rule them all.
Mr Gardner said a daily dose of oil and grease helped his mullet stand out.
"Being a diesel fitter (my hair) loves getting bathed in oil and grease," he said.
"When I'm not at work it spends most of its time oily."
Mr Gardner's hairstyle came about as a matter of convenience.
"It mainly started because I cut my own hair and couldn't reach the back," he said.
Malak's Josh Joyce and Woolner's Justin Peek rounded out the podium.
While nominations came from across the country, Malak's Josh Joyce scored the second most votes and Woolner's Justin Peek rounded out the Top 3, proving the Territory really is the mullet capital of Australia (and probably the world).