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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A devastated and grieving family have been left shocked after they asked a barber to cut their son’s hair who had tragically passed away.

The parents of Cameron Chadwick John and Stacey requested the hair cut for his funeral, the barber agreed.

Days later the shocking footage was uploaded to Facebook and was viewed by his parents ahead of his funeral which shocked him laid in his coffin getting his hair cut.

The family had asked Mo’s Barbers in Pemberton to cut the 15-year-old’s hair following his death after his moped collided with a lamppost in Wigan on February 7th.

The Barbers shop has claimed that he was unaware his friend had filmed the whole thing and uploaded it to Facebook.

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The barbershop took to Facebook to apologise to Cameron’s family saying that the ‘ex-friend’ had been banned from the barbershop for life.’

Our thoughts are with the family at this incredibly difficult time.

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