An Australian with a cut "mule" beautifully crafted (above) says he was recently kicked out of a bar in Perth, in the south-west of the country, because of his heresy capillary. David Hoogland drank a beer with some friends, on 5 October, Print Hall, a chic bar opened recently on a terrace in the city. He remained there about twenty minutes before a manager is asked to sortir.Selon the Herald Sun, Mr Hoogland "says he was [that day] jeans, a t-shirt and suitable footwear . According to him, the bar staff explained to him that his haircut was cheesy why he was no longer welcome in the establishment. " "I do not belong to a gang, my body is not covered in tattoos, I'm a normal guy," said Hoogland, bringing the mule for a decade at The West Australian newspaper. The man agrees that we can be and at the door "if you want a fight, if you are uncontrollably drunk or abusive." But he said, "if you're just sitting drinking a little chat glass, I think it's pretty brutal. "