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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A young Connecticut woman didn\'t want to ever lose the autograph she got from Tom Brady.
The New England Patriots star signed 19-year-old Megan Uhrynowski\'s arm after a practice at Gillette Stadium on Monday night that she had attended with a friend.
Uhrynowski, a college student, told WHDH-TV that her friend had suggested she turn the autograph into a tattoo.
Megan Uhrynowski, 19, shows off an autograph on her arm by Patriots QB Tom Brady that she later turned into a tattoo.
Uhrynowski went to a tattoo parlor the following day and had the five-time Super Bowl champion\'s signature permanently etched on her arm.
She said she was "freaking out" when Brady responded to her request to sign her arm during an autograph session with fans, adding, "It was probably, like, the coolest thing."
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