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Wizard barber cuts hair in record time while holding 15 pairs of scissors

Meet Edward Scissorhands IRL. A Pakistani barber who somehow manages to wield 15 pairs of scissors simultaneously is making waves online. SEE ALSO: 10 Hairstyles That Don't Deserve a Comeback 33-year-old Sadiq Ali takes about 20 minutes for each haircut and charges only $2 for the complete experience, according to a report by news outlet CGTN. But it might not be so easy to get a spot on Ali's exclusive haircutting list.
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