Detroit-area barber looks to set quick-cut mark
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DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan barber is hoping to find his way into the record books with some quick work.

Bryan (B-Dogg) Price wants to set a Guinness World Records mark for completing the most male haircuts in an hour. The Detroit Free Press reports Price needs to complete 35 haircuts, but he says his personal goal is 40.

The 46-year-old from Oak Park is planning the record attempt April 6 at Michigan Barber School on Detroit's west side, where he got his barber's license in 1988.

Price plans to use two cordless clippers at the same time and move back and forth between the two chairs. The cuts will be recorded on video.

Ivan Zoot, who holds the record at 34 haircuts, says he wishes Price good luck in his attempt.

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Information from: Detroit Free Press, http://www.freep.com



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