Ukrainian barber gives homeless free stylish haircuts
Dmytro Verhovetskyi wanders Kyiv trying to give the street people the opportunity to change, start a new life
He is looking for clients, skirring the city streets by a scooter, always carrying the instruments. When seeing someone digging through a trash can, he offers him a free haircut. Homeless usually agree, syas DreamKyiv.
When seeing a man He treats the “streets clients” with respect, listens to their wishes and chooses the most appropriate hairstyle. Homeless are really moved by the result. Verhovetskyi said that sometimes they cry. One man recently even gave the barber five hryvnia (nearly 25 cents), saying that every job must be paid.
Dmytro Verhovetskyi plans to continue his initiative. He always carries tools, rubber gloves, disinfectants, combs and machines in his suitcase.
Dmytro Verhovetskyi repeated experiment of an Australian barber Nazir Sobhani, who gave guy free cuts homeless in Melbourne.
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