A lad who got a hilarious haircut on the first day barbers were allowed to open in Scotland has gone viral on Twitter.
Glaswegian Thomas Haggarty urged Nicola Sturgeon to close barbers down again as he shared a picture of his long fringe with completely bald sides and back.
He wrote: "4 months av been waiting for a haircut. Only to be hit with this. @NicolaSturgeon do us all a favour and close them again love"
His tweet has racked up more than 70,000 likes with some asking if legendary blind American singer Stevie Wonder held the clippers.
Others dubbed him "Darth Fader" as he was reassured his dodgy do will be hair today but gone tomorrow.
Deemac1960 tweeted: "Did Stevie Wonder cut that ffs"
Sosijandbean asked: "who done that ? The council?"
With Robert Reay replying: "Stevie Wonder I think!"
Many quipped that the barber was out of practice after Scotland was placed under "stay at home" orders in December.
Paul Karte wrote: "What's the difference between a bad hair cut, And a good hair cut… 3weeks."
Lemon Riddler added: "Them being shut for months have lost there touch."
Hairdressers and garden centres reopened in Scotland on Monday, days after the "stay at home" lockdown order was lifted.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that "brighter days are ahead of us".
The "stay at home" order, which has been in place since December, was lifted on April 2 – although Ms Sturgeon said people would be encouraged to "stay local" for a further three weeks.
Other changes – including the reopening of hairdressers, click and collect services and homeware shops and the resumption of outdoor contact sports for 12 to 17-year-olds – are being phased in from April 5.
People will still have to stay inside their own local authority areas until April 26, when the travel ban will be lifted within Scotland.
That date will also see all shops, gyms and tourist accommodation reopen, as well as some indoor hospitality.
All children should return to school full-time after the Easter break, which for some will be from April 12.
Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has confirmed that pubs, hairdressers and gyms will open next Monday.
Step 2 of the Prime Minister's roadmap out of lockdown is set to go ahead as planned in February with April 12 marking the first day since January 5 that punters can flock to beer gardens.
Mr Johnson told how he looks forward to lifting a pint in a pub garden as soon as next week.
The Prime Minister also stated no one will need a Covid-19 passport for entry to venues.
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Non-essential high street shops have also been given the green light to open, ending months of town centres becoming ghost towns.
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