Doddapalliah, a ninety-five year old man from India is reported to never once cut his long hair which is 24 feet (7.32 m) long. For him to be able to move around he has to tie his hair up in a huge ball. He comes from India Karnataka state, Molakalmuru town and Chitradurga district. At his age other than cutting his hair to move freely he has to ask help from people to tie him up. People consider it human deity where he hasn't cut his hair in a century fearing to lose his human god statuse. When his hair is tied up it is said that he squats in pain as people work on his hair. It also doesn't seem like the hair had been washed for some time now explaining his thick hard looking dreadlocks.
He is not the only man with such a long hair there is also a Chinese man who allegedly has not cut his hair in 54 years. There is also an Indian man who hasn't cut his hair in 40 years.
For the normal people vising the salon is a normal thing and not visiting a salon for some time is uncomfortable. Now think of these men who have not washed their hair or visited the barber shops in years. What kind of discomfort do they experience?
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