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A three-year-old boy has been banned from his Tyneside nursery school class for his trendy "tramlines" haircut.
The mother of Tavis Cook was told the youngster's distinctive hairdo broke the rules of Riverside primary School in North Shields.
Donna Cook has been told to keep her son away until his hair grows back.
North Tyneside Council said it was aware of the matter and was advising Ms Cook on her options. No-one at the school was available for comment.
Originally posted by Niall197
Well if that's the boy at age 3 will he look like at 16 ?? How do you all think he'll turn out ... the budding Oxbridge undergraduate or yet another piece of dolescum ? His cards are marked already and he's only 3.
No, I'm sorry, if my taxes are being used to fund this kid's education the very least his Mother can do is to take him to school in a presentable condition. It's got a great fat zippo to do with personal expression or freedom of speech & everything to do with a mother on welfare who thinks she's the Queen of Bling.
She said he picked the haircut himself. Good grief he's only three years old. What the hell is he even doing at school anyway ?
Originally posted by theendisnear69
Hahahaha it's worse at christian schools I was suspended numerous times for my hair being longer than the tops of my ears.