Judge Orders Unusual Punishment in Haircutting Crime
Hair for hair justice? Two girls, ages 11 and 13, were at a McDonald's when they approached a three-year-old girl and pretended to befriend her. What they did instead was something a bit more scarring -- they chopped off the little girl’s ponytail. The Utah judge offered up a deal in order to take some days off the community service the older girl would have to serve.
He called on the mom to cut her daughter’s hair as retribution and she agreed. When the mom went to cut off the hair there was an objection in the courtroom that she wasn’t cutting enough
off, so the judge ordered her to cut the whole ponytail. The 11-year-old was ordered to get a haircut at a later point, the catch being that it had to match the judge's hairstyle.
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