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Nguyen Thi Dinh
22 Jul 2020
An 83-year-old Vietnamese woman Nguyen Thi Dinh from Ben Tre Province reportedly stopped cutting her hair when she was 19 and the hair now measures 6 meters in length. The python-shaped hair came as a result of Nguyen's bad hair day at a salon. She alleges that she started experiecing severe headaches after she cut her…
Doddapalliah
14 Jul 2020
Rapunzel let down your hair...No, change that to Doddapalliah let down your hair. Doddapalliah, a 95-year-old man from India has reportedly never once cut his hair and it is now 24-feet-long (7.3 meters). Doddapalliah who is from India’s Karnataka state has to bundle his long hair into a huge and entangled ball on top his head…

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