Spanish barber & clients receive hefty fine for flouting Spain’s lockdown restrictions

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Local Police in Madrid’s Toledo have fined a barber and his clients for flouting Spain’s lockdown restrictions.

THE barber was reported to be cutting a client’s hair when he was caught, although all hairdressers and barber shops are supposed to be closed, until at least May 4, when restrictions will be eased and people can get a haircut with an appointment.

According to the Local Police, the 39-year-old barber and his two clients, have been charged with flouting lockdown restrictions, and they will all receive a hefty fine of between €601-€30,000 each. In short, one very pricey haircut.

 

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