Another friend said the barbershop’s actions were “absolutely deplorable.”
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But that’s what happened when John and Stacy Chadwick asked Mo’s Barbers in Pemberton, England to cut their 15-year-old son Cameron’s hair after he was killed in a moped crash last month in Wigan. Cameron, described by his family as the “happiest, funniest, loving lad,” died when his moped hit a lamppost.
The video then was posted online and shared on social media, horrifying the boy’s grieving parents and disgusting friends of the family.
When a grieving couple asked a local barbershop to cut their dead teenage son’s hair for his funeral, they never expected video of the trim to appear online.
Instead, he took a friend along and that sicko shot video as the barber worked. Mo’s sent a barber to cut Cameron’s hair as he lay in his coffin but he didn’t go alone.
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“I cannot believe my friend trusted you to cut her precious son’s hair before she laid him to rest and you took a video… disgusting,” one friend wrote on the Mo’s Barbers Facebook page, which has since been taken down.
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Mo’s has since apologized for the incident and said the barber’s video-shooting buddy has been “banned from our shop for live (sic).”