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But one man has truly taken the biscuit by turning up at his friend's house with a razor attached to a broom.
Brad Reed, 47, from Seneca, South Carolina, arrived at pal Stacey Nicholson's home with the odd contraption so he could get a hair cut, all while abiding to the social distancing rule. Ahem.
Since the South Carolina governor closed all non-essential businesses in the state, Brad had been dying for a trim, so thought up the clever alternative.
Filmed by best friend Michael Nicholson, 47, Stacey, 42, attempted to give Brad the best haircut she could with the tools at hand.
Scenes show her shearing her friend's head with the strange device, but it didn't *quite* go to plan.
Instead, Brad ended up with a half shaved head.
"Brad said this would be his corona cut and he would come back in two weeks for a trim," said Michael.
Now, without sounding like the fun police, getting a haircut (even from 'two metres' apart) isn't *strictly* an essential outing, so don't go popping over your mates with a broom after seeing this, please.
Remember how important it is to STAY AT HOME.
However, there's no reason why you can't recruit someone you're self-isolating with to give you a haircut.
With the barbers out of bounds and couples with a lot of time on their hands thanks to isolation, women are bravely cutting their boyfriend's hair.
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