A YOUNG Gold Coast Titans fan who had his supporters flag stolen after last week’s game has today received a signed replacement.
Leonie Keeley was left frustrated when she lost sight of her eight-year-old son’s flag on the overcrowded train home from the teams game at Robina on March 31.
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With her young son left crying himself to sleep, Leonie decided to share her frustration on a large community Facebook Page.
Within minutes, dozens of people had come forward and offered to donate their flags and merchandise to the young fella.
Inundated with offers of flags, jersey’s and free tickets to future games, the generosity of the Gold Coast people was too much to bare, reducing Leonie to tears.
“I’m so overwhelmed with the response,” she said.
“All i wanted to do was just vent … not in a million years did I expect anyone to give my son a flag let alone a signed one.
“Thank you all very much. You have made a mum cry with all your generous help.”
Brodie Jay Harrison was just one of many people who offered to help and arranged to have the Titans sign a new supporters flag for the youngster.
He personally delivered the replacement flag to Dylan on Wednesday afternoon (pictured).
Antonio from the Gold Coast Titan’s support group, The Legion, also insisted Dylan watch the next home game live from the front row of the Cbus Stadium.