Colorado Barber Shop Keeps Pot-Stinking Customers Out

You know the sign “no shirt, no shoes, no service”?

Well, a Colorado barber shop is now refusing to serve people who smell a certain way.

The owner, Hugo Corral, said the stench of marijuana on some of his customers got so bad, he had to do something about it.

When Corral first hung a sign out in front of his barber shop announcing the new pot-stench-free policy, he had no idea how much attention it would bring.

“I feel that it’s my right to make the statement,” Corral said. “It’s the same thing as no shoes, no service.”

Corral says he has no problem with those who chose to use marijuana, and even calls himself a supporter of the industry.

However some of his customers, many of them with children, started to complain, so he added the restriction on entry.

“A mother calls and says, ‘Hey we can’t go in there anymore because we don’t want it to smell like marijuana when my child’s sitting there waiting,” Corral said.

– Read the entire article at CBS News.

Comments

5 Comments

  1. Anonymous on

    how about banning women with perfumes that stink

  2. Anonymous on

    Maybe we should ban cranky stanky old man smells in businesses next. Then guys like Hugo Corral would be in trouble for sure.

  3. Anonymous on

    Intolerant much?

  4. Anonymous on

    this barber shop soon went out of business.

  5. Anonymous on

    For sure I wont go to the barbershop for a while