Salon owner in Thailand accused of killing couple in front of their child over haircut is released on bail
- A salon owner in Thailand who allegedly murdered a couple in front of their young daughter after they complained about a haircut on Saturday has been released on bail.
- The Pathum Thani Provincial Court granted bail to the 51-year-old man on the condition that he wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet.
- After being disappointed by a 250 baht (approximately $3.66) haircut, a woman and her husband later complained to the salon owner asking for a redo or refund.
- Over the phone, the salon owner stated that there was nothing he could do.
- He then traveled from his home to the salon, and when the woman threatened to sue, the man stabbed the couple to death in front of their young daughter.
- The couple were both TV stars in a series called “Fah Mee Ta” and are survived by their 20-year-old daughter and 8-year-old daughter.
A Thailand court has granted bail to a salon owner who murdered a couple in front of their young daughter after they complained about the haircut they received.
The man, 51-year-old Prasart Rangyai, was released on bail for 500,000 baht (approximately $13,883) Monday afternoon on the condition that he wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet.
A nail salon owner in Houston was recently captured on film getting attacked by a customer with pepper spray.
Minh Nguyen, the owner of Lynns Nails, can be seen on the establishment’s surveillance video getting sprayed in her eyes, reports KPRC.
A young boy in southwestern China has wowed thousands of clients and gained more than a million social media followers for his amazing hairdressing skills.
Jiang Hongqi, who recently turned 6, has been helping out at his parents’ salon in Suining, Sichuan province since he was 4, according to Sina News.
Krystal Whipple, who is suspected of hitting and killing nail salon owner Ngoc Q. Nguyen with her car after refusing to pay for a manicure, was arrested on Friday in Glendale, Arizona, officials say.
The 21-year-old woman allegedly tried to pay for a $35 manicure at Crystal Nails and Spa in Las Vegas with a fraudulent credit card on December 29, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Relatives of the woman accused of running over a nail salon manager over a $35 bill have made a tearful plea for the suspect on camera to turn herself in.
Ngoc Nhu Nguyen, a 51-year-old mother of three, was killed after attempting to stop the suspect, identified as Krystal Whipple, from leaving Crystal Nails and Spa in Las Vegas on Dec. 29.
A female customer was allegedly locked up at a nail salon in British Columbia, Canada after refusing to pay for “unsatisfactory” services earlier this month.
Ashley Deshaies, 26, came to HD Nails in Fraser Valley for a manicure and pedicure on Aug. 4.
One of the women involved in a violent brawl at New Red Apple Nails in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York demands that all employees who hit her during the fight should also be held accountable.
Christina Thomas, the customer who refused to pay $5 after a nail salon technician almost removed all of her eyebrows, believes that everyone involved in the incident, including those who hit her, should face criminal charges, according to PIX11 News.
A Filipino man got the shock of his life after his recent visit to a salon to get his thick eyebrows trimmed resulted in him getting “on fleek” eyebrows.
Chris Agustin reportedly only needed a minimal trim, but he was mistakenly given a full-on eyebrow threading, a hair removal technique used to shape eyebrows.
Protesters are calling for the shutdown of New Red Apple Nails, the Brooklyn nail salon that made headlines earlier this week after Asian workers ganged up on Black customers in a violent brawl that started with a pair of “f**ked up” eyebrows.
According to WCBS 880, demonstrators have been gathering around the salon in East Flatbush since Sunday, chanting “Where is ICE?” and “Shut them down!”
A nail salon in New York is under fire after a video of its employees beating customers with broomsticks and dustpans surfaced online.
The mayhem at New Red Apple Nails in East Flatbush, Brooklyn occurred after one customer allegedly refused to pay $5 because almost all her eyebrows were removed during a service.
A video of a Chinese using the traditional and quite risky way of perming hair was shared over the internet and went viral.
Wang Meimei is a 74-year-old Chinese barber from Jinshi in the Sichuan Province who learned the traditional method of hot tongs perming when he was just 17. This kind of method became popular in the 1980’s and Wang feels that this technique should be passed on and cherished.
Grooming your pets may not always be fun for you or your pet, but this Taiwanese salon is changing all of that. The artists at the Igogo salon in Tainan, Taiwan are able to transform cats and dogs into dinosaurs, lions and teddy bears. Oh my!
Owner of the salon, Ou Shih-jou, wanted to give customers a different experience from the traditional shaving of their furry animals. Groomers at the salon have become masters of their craft and can even shave cats into stegosauruses and Hello Kitty into dogs.