Superfan covers WHOLE house with St George's flags to cheer on England at World Cup
Football-mad Tony Baddams spent three weeks covering the four-bedroom terraced house in Southampton with more than 300 flags, shirts and giant fluffy dice
A patriotic football fan has decked out every inch of his house with St Georges flags to cheer on England .
Tony Baddams spent three weeks covering the four-bedroom terraced house with more than 300 flags, shirts and giant fluffy dice.
The Chelsea fan, 46, admits the decorations prevent him seeing out.
But he says it is worth it to show his support for the World Cup squad .
He said: I love it when people call me a true fan. Im proud of being English and supporting all the time.
Its a family effort. We used a big ladder for the roof and a stepladder for the flags over the windows.
His wife Anita, 44, said: At first I said to Tony, Just put a couple up. But he said, Its only once every four years lets go the whole hog.
She added: Now I really like it. It does block out the sunlight but I just keep the front door open.
But a neighbour of the couple in Southampton said: I think its a bit scruffy. There are too many flags.