Bouncer kicks man out of bar because of his stunning mullet10/11/2012
Mullets might be business in the front, party in the back, but they're all-around unwelcome at an Australian bar. Proud mullet-wearer David Hoogland has cultivated his majestic neck plumage for 10 years and says he'd never had a problem until he went to Print Hall over the weekend. Hoogland and his fiancee had been at the rooftop bar for half an hour before a bouncer (who was probably jealous) told him he had to leave because of his mullet. "I'm not in a gang, I don't have tattoos all over me," Hoogland said. "I'm just an everyday person." Um, have you checked the back of your head lately? You are far from ordinary, you majestically mulleted man. [Source]
Is a flowing mullet too offensive to wear in public?