Hairstylist Jawed Habib Faces Police Case For Spitting On Woman’s Head



A police case has been filed towards hairstylist Jawed Habib for spitting on a girl’s head throughout a seminar in western Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar city earlier this week. The grievance has been filed by the lady on whose hair Mr Habib spat through the workshop, the police mentioned.

The video of the incident which occurred at a workshop performed by the hairstylist on Monday was broadly shared on social media, resulting in large criticism amongst web customers.

Within the video, Mr Habib is heard telling the viewers, “If there’s a scarcity of water, use saliva”.

Mr Habib later apologised however mentioned that the act was accomplished so as to add “humour” to the prolonged session.

Jawed Habib’s spitting on the pinnacle has not gone down effectively. It is unhygienic, unhealthy and puke worthy…

– G Sreedathan (@Sreedath) January 6, 2022

The lady on whose hair Mr Habib spat through the workshop has recounted the expertise on social media. 

“Yesterday, I attended a workshop of Jawed Habib. He invited me to the stage for a haircut. He mentioned if there is no such thing as a water, you need to use saliva. From now onwards, I’ll go to my street-side barber for a haircut, however won’t go to Habib,” mentioned Pooja Gupta, who owns a magnificence parlour.

The Nationwide Fee for Ladies has requested the Uttar Pradesh Police to instantly examine the veracity of the video and take applicable motion. “The motion taken have to be appraised to the Fee on the earliest,” the ladies’s fee mentioned in a tweet on Thursday.

Following the criticism, Mr Habib launched a video on social media explaining why he did it and apologised for his actions.

“Our seminars are skilled seminars. Since these periods are prolonged, we make them humourous. I apologise if my act harm anybody,” he mentioned in a video posted on social media.

Mr Habib has been booked beneath numerous sections that relate to assault or felony power with intent to dishonour particular person of the Indian Penal Code and the Epidemic Ailments Act, 1897, the police mentioned.


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