A former stripper turned hairdresser has converted a prison van into a mobile hairdressers.
Stuart Vine travels round the region, with his recently launched business “Clipperdy Doo-Dah”, cutting hair for people who can’t find time to visit a salon.
He said: “The beauty of the whole thing is if people drive by they can see us very easily and pop in.
“It cost eight thousand pounds to transform it into a hairdressers from being an old prison van, but business seems to be going well.”
Kayleigh Henderson works as a trainee hairdresser. She said: “I like a challenge and doing something different. Working on an ex-prison van is exciting.”
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