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Florida grandmother demands $1,000 for 'pain and suffering' after bad haircut

Vyunda Bradshaw claims the haircut she got at Great Clips is ruining her social life.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   Aug. 12, 2014 at 9:24 AM
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WINTER SPRINGS, Fla., Aug. 12 (UPI) -- A Florida grandmother wants her hair salon to fork over $1,000 after a stylist gave her a haircut that is so bad it is affecting her social life.

Vyunda Bradshaw wants the money for the "pain and suffering" she has endured after getting butchered by a Great Clips employee.

Bradshaw now has a bald spot and uneven pieces of hair throughout the rest of her head. The look is so bad that Great Clips general manager Michelle Bates offered Bradshaw $60 to buy a wig.

"I attend church regularly, I have a social life, I can't go anywhere with my hair looking like this," Bradshaw told Local 6.

Bates also offered Bradshaw free hair products and the chance to get complimentary weekly cuts, but she declined. The stylist who ruined Bradshaw's hair has been fired.

"I take pride in my hair. My appearance means a lot to me, but now somebody looks at me they might think I'm a man with my hair all cut off like that," Bradshaw said.

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