Man com­pen­sated for eye­brow tat­too­ing

Global Times – Metro Shanghai - - PULSE - Global Times

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.

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