When a customer couldn’t get his wheelchair into Joe’s Upscale Barber Shop in Webster, New York, hairstylist Victor Burgos brought it outside to him. He was photographed giving a man in a wheelchair a trim out front because the older building isn’t wheelchair accessible.
Burgos saw a man in a motorized wheelchair hanging around outside the barbershop, which doesn’t have a wheelchair ramp and prevented him from getting in for a cut. Once he saw the man’s shaggy hair that was in need of his skills, he brought out his cordless clippers, trimmers, and every tool he’d use if he cut the man’s hair inside and did it outdoors.
“It’s about making sure everyone gets a proper grooming,” the kindhearted barber explains.
Source: Inside Edition