Barber gets creative while tackling boy with autism’s fear

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PORT TALBOT, United Kingdom – A barber in the U.K. is getting a lot of attention for a haircut he gave to a little boy.

However, this wasn’t just any haircut.

For months, James Williams was trying to find unique ways to cut the hair of a little boy, named Mason.

Mason was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, which made it difficult for him to get a haircut.

According to Williams, whenever he would get close to one of Mason’s ears, the little boy would run away.

Finally, he says he came up with a completely different approach.

As Mason was lying on the floor of the shop, Williams joined him.

Williams posted pictures from the haircut on social media.

His post has been shared over 1,400 times and been liked over 5,000 times.

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