Wisconsin barber accused of purposely shaving bald patch onto man's head

  • Wisconsin barber accused of purposely shaving bald patch onto man's head

Wisconsin barber accused of purposely shaving bald patch onto man's head

It was a real clip job.

From there, DeSpain claimed Shabani got clippers -with the shortest attachment- and ran it across the middle of the customer's head.

Police in Madison, Wisconsin, arrested a hairstylist after he gave a customer a very unwanted Larry Fine hairdo. The customer soon realized things were "not going well", however, when Shabani started chastising him for not keeping his head still, which earned him an ear-twisting, per the report.

Update: Khaled A. Shabani was issued a ticket on Wednesday for disorderly conduct, a county ordinance violation that is not a criminal charge. Last Friday, a 22-year-old male customer went to "Ruby's Salon" and sat in the chair of Stylist Khaled A. Shabani, 46.

He requested a No. 2 on the sides, and an inch taken off the top with scissors, police spokesman Joel Despain said.

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

Shabani told the police it was all an accident.

A man in Wisconsin called 911 after he complained of a bad haircut at a Madison, Wis. salon, resulting in the arrest of the hair stylist.