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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Remember when Justin Bieber blew up Blackhawks nation by stepping on the locker room logo?

Now, a trio of Hawks fans from Des Plaines are getting their revenge. They are carrying around a giant Bieber face portrait, placing it in appropriate spots, and stomping on the Canadian's mug.

Over the weekend, the group took the portrait to the Blackhawks annual fan convention.

So far, there are about a hundred photos of the Biebs being used as a foot rest.

You can follow their adventures on twitter @StandOnBieber.

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