January 13 A national hairdresser industry association in Germany has noticed that many football players have neat hairstyles in the face of people’s hair generally messy.
The association therefore protested on suspicion that some football players asked barbers to visit in violation of epidemic prevention regulations.
The Associated Press reported that the association issued an open letter to Fritz Keller, president of the German Football Association, on the 12th.
The letter said that the football players’ hair was neatly trimmed, which is obviously the latest “achievement of professional hairdressers equipped with professional equipment”.
Since the closure of all hair salons in Germany on December 16 last year, and barbers have been strictly restricted to their door-to-door services, so many people have been growing their hair or cutting their own hair.
The Barbers Association says most barbers have reduced or no income due to salon closures.
Football players’ “perfectly shaped” hairstyles are in disguisedly encouraging people to secretly invite barbers to their homes, which is a violation of epidemic prevention regulations.
Last June, two players of Borussia Dortmund Football Club in Germany were fined by the Football Association for illegally inviting barbers to have their hair cuts.