AUSTRALIA (CBS) – It’s the hairstyle that coined the phrase “business in the front, party in the back.”

The mullet was popular in the 80s, but some are still proudly sporting the hairdo.

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Mullet enthusiasts gathered in Australia over the weekend for the inaugural Mulletfest.

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Over 150 contestants competed to win the award for “greatest mullet of all.”

“I thought we would give locals a chance to strut their stuff,” said festival organizer Laura Johnson.

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The winner, Shane “Shag” Hanrahan, says he began growing out his mullet back in 1986.