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Justice Bao Actor Kenny Ho, 62, Waited In Line For A 43 Cents Haircut For Senior Citizens

Well, he is in the right age group.

We all love sharing a good deal, and for Hongkong actor Kenny Ho, this meant posting a pic of a two yuan (S$0.43) haircut on Weibo.

The 62-year, who is best known for his role as Zhan Zhao in 1993 long-running drama Justice Bao, moved to Guangzhou years ago, and is the boss of a health food company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does he look like a senior citizen to you?

Does he look like a senior citizen to you?

“Us seniors enjoy many benefits!” he gushed about his find on Weibo. “It’s only two yuan for a haircut. I’m queuing up now…” In China, senior citizens are classified as those 60 and above.

Kenny went on to share pics of over a dozen men sitting near a roadside barber and waiting for their turn. Judging by their identical hairstyles, this isn’t the kind of place where you could get a fancy bespoke haircut.

 

He definitely looks out of place compared to everyone else in line

He definitely looks out of place compared to everyone else in line

Netizens were quick to remind the youthful-looking Kenny that while he is indeed a senior citizen, he “looks more like a fake one” and would “definitely get carded when it’s [his] turn”.

They also joked that he wouldn’t look good with that standard issue hairstyle and that they would “pool money for him to go to a fancy hairstylist”.

Photos: PBE Media

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