Apparently, a school in Australia has decided they don't like the most 'Merican haircut there is.

Trinity College in Perth, Australia announced a new ban on mullets.


“It is without reservation that the College sets clear requirements that ensure health and safety, as well as setting a high standard for personal presentation,” the school's newsletter states. “The current trend of growing the hair at the back of the head and/or closely cropping the sides of the head to accentuate the ‘mullet’ style are untidy, non-conventional and not acceptable at Trinity College. As is the trend of long hair and fringes."


Any students who refuse to follow the grooming standards set by the school will be ordered to be picked up by their parents and won't be allowed to return until they get a hair cut.

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“Students are not permitted to have mullets, rat tails, top knots, mohawks, extra-long fringes, or any other non-conventional style cuts,” the rules read.

Read more at News AU

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