(23 Aug 2016) GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence stopped for a haircut at Pennsylvania barbershop on Tuesday afternoon between campaign stops.
The unsuspecting barber cut Pence's hair with no idea who his lone customer for the day was.
A representative for the Indiana governor visited the shop in Norristown on Monday and told the owner, Henry Jones, that “his friend needed a haircut.”
Jones, who is usually off Tuesdays, spent time discussing their families and sports while Pence sat in the chair for his $20 trim.
Jones says Pence didn’t ask for his vote, and he is undecided in the November election.
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