Things get hairy for London barbers who put up Kim Jong

Publish Date : 2021-03-31


Things get hairy for London barbers who put up Kim Jong

Things get hairy for London barbers who put up Kim Jong 



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Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.'

The day after the sign went up, two men in suits entered the barber shop and confronted the manager, according to the manager's son, Karim Nabbach, 26.

The two men weren't laughing. They told manager Mo Nabbach, 'We are North Koreans, and that is our leader on your poster,' Karim Nabbach said.

The two men apparently worked at the nearby North Korean Embassy.

Mo Nabbach refused to give his name and told them to get a lawyer if they had a problem. He asked them to leave. The manager then reported the incident to police in case anything happened to his shop, Karim Nabbach said.

Police acknowledged the dispute between the North Koreans and the barbers over what is -- and isn't -- bad hair. They even looked into the matter, but they found no crime.

'We have spoken to all parties involved, and no offence has been disclosed,' a spokesman for Scotland Yard said.

Calls to the North Korean Embassy in London for comment went unanswered.

'We have spoken to all parties involved, and no offence has been disclosed,' a spokesman for Scotland Yard said. The two men apparently worked at the nearby North Korean Embassy. The two men apparently worked at the nearby North Korean Embassy. Police acknowledged the dispute between the North Koreans and the barbers over what is -- and isn't -- bad hair. They even looked into the matter, but they found no crime. The day after the sign went up, two men in suits entered the barber shop and confronted the manager, according to the manager's son, Karim Nabbach, 26. 'We have spoken to all parties involved, and no offence has been disclosed,' a spokesman for Scotland Yard said. 'Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.' North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's hair is no laughing matter. Not for the country's embassy employees in London, at least. 'Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.' 'Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.' 'Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.' Chalk it up to British humor when London barbers hung a poster in their shop of Kim and his signature hairstyle: a longer top, with the sides of his head shaved. 'We have spoken to all parties involved, and no offence has been disclosed,' a spokesman for Scotland Yard said. The day after the sign went up, two men in suits entered the barber shop and confronted the manager, according to the manager's son, Karim Nabbach, 26. Mo Nabbach refused to give his name and told them to get a lawyer if they had a problem. He asked them to leave. The manager then reported the incident to police in case anything happened to his shop, Karim Nabbach said. 'Having a bad hair day?' asks the sign, which features an image of Kim. '15% off all men's haircuts through the month of April from Tuesday to Thursday.' Calls to the North Korean Embassy in London for comment went unanswered. Calls to the North Korean Embassy in London for comment went unanswered. Mo Nabbach refused to give his name and told them to get a lawyer if they had a problem. He asked them to leave. The manager then reported the incident to police in case anything happened to his shop, Karim Nabbach said. The two men apparently worked at the nearby North Korean Embassy. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's hair is no laughing matter. Not for the country's embassy employees in London, at least. Police acknowledged the dispute between the North Koreans and the barbers over what is -- and isn't -- bad hair. They even looked into the matter, but they found no crime. The two men weren't laughing. They told manager Mo Nabbach, 'We are North Koreans, and that is our leader on your poster,' Karim Nabbach said. The two men apparently worked at the nearby North Korean Embassy. Mo Nabbach refused to give his name and told them to get a lawyer if they had a problem. He asked them to leave. The manager then reported the incident to police in case anything happened to his shop, Karim Nabbach said.

Though she did serve herself a slice of peace. Having committed to re-reading The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom for her March 10 birthday, "the last chapter and a half I hadn't finished," she said. "So while they were in here doing that I was like, well, I can't meditate so I had that little moment."

12:00 p.m. Fine, she'll do the laundry. "This is so abnormal for a Friday for me," she noted of having her entire morning and afternoon off. "So I ended up doing some of that laundry that I hid. I was like, well, now that you hid it in an unusual place, you need to take it out and actually do it." 

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1:00 p.m. Though she skipped lunch ("This is embarrassing," she admitted of grazing on jelly beans throughout her day instead) Ego fed herself by watching a few episodes of Demi Lovato's new YouTube documentary, Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil. "It was very heavy," she said of the four-part series. "I don't think of myself as a naive person, but then I truly live in a different world. I do really enjoy watching documentaries because it's such an interesting foray into other people's lives." 

3:10 p.m. Thanks, David! Having showered ahead of her 3:15 pickup time, the comedian got dressed in a "pecan"-hued sweatsuit, a gift from recent host Dan Levy. (See, David, durable and elegant can totally go hand-in-hand.) 

Presents from each week's host are fairly common, said Ego, "I'd say at least half of them do." Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page ordered Shake Shack for the cast! Just one slight snag: "I was like, 'This is an easy Friday,' and then right as I was about to walk out the door, I got hair oil on the sweatsuit. So then I spent 10 minutes trying to get that out." 

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3:45 p.m. New York City traffic a little lighter thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Ego zipped from her apartment in Brooklyn to SNL's studio at 30 Rockefeller Center in 30 minutes. There, she got a quick temperature check outside the elevator banks ("Someone gives a different security guard an okay to give you a wristband to say essentially you have had your temperature taken and you're not running a fever"), then heads to the building's newly installed clinic for her rapid COVID test.

"I personally get tested Mondays; Wednesdays for our table read; Thursday, I get a lab test done; Friday, I either get tested at Brooklyn or at 30 Rock; and Saturday we get tested," she detailed. "So I get tested five times a week." 

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4:15 p.m. All clear! Her fourth test of the week negative, she settled into her dressing room, scrolling through Society6 to find frames for the prints she ordered last fall and has left lying face down on a high shelf since then.

Then she popped over to see office neighbors Heidi Gardner and Bowen Yang for a quick chat. "I always check in with Heidi and Bowen," she shared. "Sometimes Bowen and I will just knock on our wall because our walls are paper thin." 

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5:26 p.m. Party in the city where the heat is on... Though Ego passed on a suggested birthday trip to Miami due to corona concerns, she gamely suits up as a spring breaker for the week's "Snatched! Vaxed! or Waxed!" cold open. 

The 18-minute blocking session turned out to be the highlight of the day, as she talked with Chloe Fineman, Kyle Mooney, Melissa Villaseñor, Beck Bennett, Heidi and Chris Redd about social media and the stress of posting thoughts and photos that hundreds of thousands of fans will see. "It was cool to see everyone because Chris has not been at blocking for the last several months because Kenan [Thompson] and Chris have both been away shooting Kenan," she said. So chatting about the new "Pillow Face" filter "felt like old times."

While socializing with people who are professionally clever can sometimes feel exhausting, "What's really great about my castmates is I feel like there's some sort of chemistry there where we all know the vibe," she noted. "You don't have try to force funny into the conversation. We all know that because we all are confident in our ability to be funny and make people laugh." 

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5:45 p.m. Before heading to Brooklyn to film the incredibly on point "Boomers Got the Vax" video, she headed over to wardrobe for a quick, 25-minute fit session. Costume designer Tom Broecker always has a few options for each sketch, she noted, but is open to her thoughts as well. 

"It's kind of like this marrying of the minds where he has these ideas of what you should be wearing, but he also leaves room for your comfort or your taste and so it's really cool that way," she said. That day's biggest decision revolved around "trying to decide what we thought Beyoncé's publicist would wear." 

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7:40 p.m. About that light traffic...arriving to the Brooklyn studio after a 90-minute car ride (and her second temperature check of the day), she was delighted to find the "incredible" team of PAs left her standard Starbucks order in her dressing room: Venti peppermint tea and a Grande chai latte with almond milk. "That made me feel loved!"

And—after a day mainly spent snacking on Dylan's Candy Bar jelly beans—she was even more thrilled when an assistant texted about dinner. "By the time they ask if I want to eat, I'm like, 'Yes, I've got ideas,'' she recalled. She requested a pappardelle pasta with honey braised short rib ragu, side of spinach and the soup of the day from nearby Italian spot Piccante. "With my order I said in parentheses, 'Yes, please surprise me, it doesn't matter what it is.'"

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9:07 p.m. A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. Returning from a session of hair and makeup, she found her



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