Adam Stinnett’s high-and-tight haircut. (Fox)
Adam Stinnett looks up to his older stepbrother—a soldier in the U.S. Army. So when it came time to get a haircut, the 7-year-old told his mother he wanted a basic military-style cut. And that’s exactly what he got—high and tight—just like his stepbrother.
Adam got his haircut on March 8. On March 9, his mother got a letter from the principal of Bobby Ray Memorial Elementary School in McMinnville, Tennessee.
It seems they were not all that thrilled with the second-grader’s new hairdo. The principal told Amy Stinnett that her son’s haircut was distracting—and needed to be fixed.
Amy refused to comply.
The following day, she was summoned to the principal’s office where she was given an ultimatum.
Written by Todd Starnes- Charisma
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