Five-year-old left looking like an 'old man' after begging brother for haircut in isolation

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A five-year-old boy has been left looking like an "old man" after begging his brother for a haircut while isolating from the coronavirus pandemic.

It's a hilariously relevant take on the terrible homemade haircuts most of us gave ourselves as children (or were subjected to by our parents).

The incident took place in the UK when five-year-old George Moore stole his dad's clippers and asked his seven-year-old brother for some help. By the time his dad realized they were missing, George had already asked his brother to cut a bald spot into the top of his head.

Watch the "old man" haircut in all its glory below: 
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Afterward, the two boys burst into laughter, and it was only then that their dad Kevin realized that something was going on.

When he walked in on the boys, George was midway through having his haircut and he told his dad that he was getting an "old man" haircut that he'd seen on the British comedy show You've Been Framed.

Instead of telling off his kids, Kevin decided to simply finish the job. Kevin said: "I'd left my clippers on charge upstairs and the boys obviously found them.

"They both came down and they were laughing so much. I looked over and saw this massive bald patch on top of George's head." Kevin said.

A boy with an 'old man' haircut.
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Kevin continued: "I didn't know what he meant but You've Been Framed was on the TV at the time and he pointed at an elderly gentleman on there with thinned hair on top and said he wanted that.

"I found it so funny but that's what he wanted so I did the rest of his head for him with the clippers like he wanted and the result has just been brilliant.

"Neither of us can stop laughing and we FaceTimed his mum at work and she was just crying with laughter on the phone.

"George loves it, exactly what he was after and he's dead chuffed."

However, because schools in the UK are closed for the foreseeable future, George has plenty of time to grow his hair back before he'll have to interact with any of his friends again.

Five-year-old left looking like an 'old man' after begging brother for haircut in isolation

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By VT

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A five-year-old boy has been left looking like an "old man" after begging his brother for a haircut while isolating from the coronavirus pandemic.

It's a hilariously relevant take on the terrible homemade haircuts most of us gave ourselves as children (or were subjected to by our parents).

The incident took place in the UK when five-year-old George Moore stole his dad's clippers and asked his seven-year-old brother for some help. By the time his dad realized they were missing, George had already asked his brother to cut a bald spot into the top of his head.

Watch the "old man" haircut in all its glory below: 
[[jwplayerwidget||https://content.jwplatform.com/videos/XmJVYtA3-Q0L14jDU.mp4||XmJVYtA3]]

Afterward, the two boys burst into laughter, and it was only then that their dad Kevin realized that something was going on.

When he walked in on the boys, George was midway through having his haircut and he told his dad that he was getting an "old man" haircut that he'd seen on the British comedy show You've Been Framed.

Instead of telling off his kids, Kevin decided to simply finish the job. Kevin said: "I'd left my clippers on charge upstairs and the boys obviously found them.

"They both came down and they were laughing so much. I looked over and saw this massive bald patch on top of George's head." Kevin said.

A boy with an 'old man' haircut.
[[imagecaption|| Credit: SWNS]]

Kevin continued: "I didn't know what he meant but You've Been Framed was on the TV at the time and he pointed at an elderly gentleman on there with thinned hair on top and said he wanted that.

"I found it so funny but that's what he wanted so I did the rest of his head for him with the clippers like he wanted and the result has just been brilliant.

"Neither of us can stop laughing and we FaceTimed his mum at work and she was just crying with laughter on the phone.

"George loves it, exactly what he was after and he's dead chuffed."

However, because schools in the UK are closed for the foreseeable future, George has plenty of time to grow his hair back before he'll have to interact with any of his friends again.