The barber didn’t like it when a customer complained about his haircut in Lucena City, Quezon.
CCTV footage shows the 23-year-old barber and the male customer, a government employee, arguing at a barbershop in Barangay Gulang-Gulang.
The customer allegedly complained because the barber did not follow the haircut he wanted.
The barber did not want to agree to adjust his haircut to the customer’s desired style because he said his work was beautiful.
Some people calmed down the argument between the two, but everyone was surprised when the barber suddenly took the scissors and stabbed the customer. The victim managed to escape the suspect, so he ended up in a wrestling match.
The victim sustained hand wounds.
The barber was arrested and detained at the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Lucena and charged with attempted homicide.
A gaming and entertainment mall has lit up its giant Christmas tree to signal their welcome to Christmas and recovery from the pandemic.
The gaming and entertainment industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. Many lost their jobs because the mall, casino, and entertainment venues were closed.
Almost two years later, the mall and casino reopened to the public due to the relaxation of the quarantine level in the National Capital Region.
The management launched the “Grand Fiesta Manila with 12 thrills of Christmas.”
At the same time, Christmas tree lighting, which they called “Thrill Lighting Ceremony” in the central plaza of the mall. It is 30 feet high, and the ornaments used as decoration are recycled materials such as handbags made of the uniform of the casino staff.
It is said that they can no longer be used. On the other hand, the stars are made from their renovation materials, such as replaced ceilings and mirrors.
According to Resorts World Manila’s Chief Operating Officer Stephen Reilly, they want to help the environment recycle things.
The accumulated plastic face shields and facemasks will also be used for the new uniforms of their staff.