A disgusting haircut - with an alleged injury - has landed a Wisconsin barber behind bars.
Police spokesman Joel DeSpain says the 22-year-old victim told officers the stylist asked him to stop fidgeting and moving his head during the haircut.
That's when the customer says Shabani changed the clippers to a zero attachment and cut a path down the middle of his head.
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Shabani then allegedly snipped his customer's ear with scissors, causing it to bleed.
While there's no law against giving a bad haircut, a police spokesperson says the alleged intentional snipping of the ear is a crime.
The customer promptly left the salon after the incident and had another stylist shave his head completely before he went home for Christmas.
On Wednesday, Shabani pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. Shabani claims it was an accident blown out of proportion.