Wisconsin barber charged for shaving bald spot into customer's head

A Wisconsin man accused a barber of shaving a bald strip in the middle of his head on purpose

A Wisconsin man accused a barber of shaving a bald strip in the middle of his head on purpose

A customer in Wisconsin accused his barber of shaving a bald patch on his head.

During the haircut, the man says the barber began twisting his ear, accusing him of fidgeting.

Stylist and owner of Ruby's Salon, 46-year-old Khaled A. Shabani was arrested last Friday for mayhem and disorderly conduct while armed after a customer reported a disastrous and at points violent haircut.

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The customer had his head completely shaved by a different stylist before Christmas, according to the State Journal. Police spokesperson Joel DeSpain told the Wisconsin State Journal the suspect used the shortest clipper attachment to cut a strip down the customer's head "leaving him looking a bit like Larry from The Three Stooges".

Shabani was ticketed for disorderly conduct for violating a county ordinance but is not facing criminal charges. Shabani claims it was an accident blown out of proportion.

Police arrested 46-year-old Khaled A. Shabani at Ruby's Salon in Madison, Wisconsin, after the alleged incident, which they said occurred on December 22.

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