Barber Accused Of Giving Customer Truly Terrible Haircut

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Barber Accused Of Giving Customer Truly Terrible Haircut

A barber in Madison, Wisconsin, is facing charges after a customer accused him of snipping his ear during a haircut.

The barber also allegedly ran the clippers across the victim’s head, making him look a little too much like Larry Fine of the Three Stooges.

The 22-year-old customer walked into Ruby’s Salon on Dec. 22 with a simple request: Shave the sides of his head with a No. 2 clipper and cut an inch of hair off the top, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

What happened next may go down in the annals of “bad hair days.”

First, the barber, 46-year-old Khaled A. Shabani, allegedly griped that the customer was fidgeting too much and began to twist the man’s ear to get him to stop, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

Shabani then allegedly snipped his customer’s ear with scissors, causing it to bleed.

The customer then claims that Shabani put the No. 0 attachment on the clippers and allegedly shaved a bald patch right down the middle of the customer’s head.

Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain told the State Journal that the barber made the victim ”[look] a bit like Larry from the ‘Three Stooges.’”

The shocked, bloodied and newly partially bald customer fled the salon as Shabani allegedly shouted, “You want a zero, right?” according to a police report.

The customer then went to another barber, who shaved the customer’s entire scalp to match the bald streak in the middle.

Investigators arrested Shabani for mayhem and disorderly conduct while armed, according to Madison station WMTV. 

“While it is not a crime to give someone a bad haircut, you will get arrested for intentionally snipping their ear with a scissors,” DeSpain said in a statement to media.

Shabani told the police it was all an accident.


Barber Accused Of Giving Customer Truly Terrible Haircut – In ancient civilizations, women’s hair was often elaborately and carefully dressed in special ways. Women coloured their hair, curled it, and pinned it up (ponytail) in a variety of ways. They place their hair in waves and curls using wet clay, they dried in sunlight then combed out, or making use of a jelly made of quince seeds soaked in water, or curling tongs and curling irons of various kinds.

A hairstyle’s aesthetic factors might be decided by many things, like the subject’s physical attributes and desirable self-image or the stylist’s artistic instincts. Physical factors include natural hair type and growth patterns, face and head shape from various angles, and total body proportions; medical factors may also apply. Self-image may be directed toward conforming to mainstream values (military-style team cuts or present “trend” hairstyles like the Dido reverse), identifying with uniquely groomed subgroups (e.g., punk hair), or even minding religious dictates (e.g., Orthodox Jewish possess payot, Rastafari have Dreadlocks, North India jatas, or the Sikh practice of Kesh), although this is highly contextual and a “mainstream” appearance in one setting may be limited to a “subgroup” in a different. A hairstyle is achieved by arranging hair in a specific way, sometimes using combs, a blow-dryer, gel, or other products. The practice of styling hair can be called hairdressing, particularly when performed as an occupation. Hairstyling may also include adding accessories (for example, headbands or barrettes) to the hair to hold it in position, improve its ornamental appearance, or partly or fully conceal it with coverings like a kippa, hijab, tam or turban.

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