This barber will publicly shame your misbehaving kid with an old man’s haircut
Russell Frederick is the co-owner of A-1 Kutz Salon in Snellville. He said he had to start disciplining his child when he was acting up and getting bad grades. “I shaved his head bald,” Frederick said. “I told him that next time, I would do that particular cut.” He said his tactic was surprisingly effective. “His grades skyrocketed and he got back on track,” Frederick said of his 12-year-old son.
A barbershop in Georgia has come up with a creative way to encourage good behavior - an "old man" haircut.
A few times a week, the shop offers a free "Benjamin Button Special" haircut to kids who are acting up.
The cut resembles the hairstyle you might see on a senior citizen, with a balding top, and a little bit of hair on the sides.
Russell Frederick, the owner of the barbership A-1 Kutz in Snellville, Georgia posted a picture of the cut on social media, and it went viral immediately.