Man compensated for eyebrow tattooing
Hongkou District People’s Court asked a hair salon to reimburse 25,000 yuan ($3,619) to a male customer who was unsatisfied with his new eyebrow tattoos, reported the Xinmin Evening News.
The man, surnamed Lin, was persuaded by the salon to spend 40,000 yuan on a VIP card, which he later used to pay 8,888 yuan for eyebrow tattooing, which the hairstylist claimed would change his sparse eyebrows and thus “improve his fortune.”
However, Lin was shocked to find that his new eyebrows looked almost the same as the old ones. Feeling duped, he requested the salon pay back his 40,000 yuan.
The salon refused, so Lin sued them in court. After mediation, both sides agreed on a compensation of 25,000 yuan.