A mother says her son’s high school gave him an undesirable haircut because his bangs violated the school gets dressed to code.
Lane Kiesling, sixteen, came home in tears from his high college in Hico, Texas, last week. His mother, Amy Martin, requested him what turned into incorrect.
“His face changed into absolutely purple; he was crying,” Martin informed Style TODAY. “He took his hoodie off his head, and he stated, ‘This. This is what’s incorrect. They cut my bangs off.’ I couldn’t even say whatever due to the fact I turned into so stunned at the haircut … it was lousy.”
She stated on Facebook that the haircut reminded her of Jim Carrey’s hairstyle from the movie “Dumb and Dumber,” however “worse.”
Martin said the fundamental pulled her son out of his 7th-period class and informed him that he had to have his bangs cut. The mayor said the length of his swooping bangs violated the college’s get dressed code, which states that “a male’s hair period shall no longer exceed underneath the eyebrows, the bottom of the ear lobes or shirt collar.”
The man reportedly asked a teacher with a cosmetology license to cut Kiesling’s bangs. The result turned into an uneven, choppy cut that Martin stated was humiliating for her son. Martin said that after Kiesling again to elegance, some of the alternative youngsters laughed and made fun of him.
“She (the foremost) stated the haircut turned into so terrible because he wouldn’t keep his head up, he changed into searching down,” Martin instructed TODAY. “(It’s) due to the fact he turned into embarrassed, he changed into ashamed, and he had tears, and he didn’t want everybody to peer. But I don’t understand how looking down explains the haircut that he got. It’s so awful.”
Martin stated she knew her son turned into past due for a haircut, and that she has been trying to get him to the barber inside the weeks main up inside the incident. But the value of a haircut become prohibitive for Martin, who’s unemployed in the intervening time.
“I don’t have a car and don’t have a task, so we’re working with very, very little cash,” she said. “We just moved, so with all the costs from shifting utilities, we did no longer have the money. I didn’t even buy him Christmas offers this yr.”