Link Ok, it was more forceful than just 'cutting', it seems he held her down and hacked it. In fact, the blonde locks were as long as the middle of her back and, going by the tv interview she gave this morning, she did seem either genuinely upset still or shy, one of the two. And reading the rest of the article about the other sentences, sounds like the honest public won't lose sleep with this type of fellow being out the way. But do you think its right? I've heard and read of unfortunate stories - especially RTA and those killed in RTA - where the punishment sometimes doesn't equate into months. One story that sticks in my head is where a driver who was speeding in an uninsured car and killed a grandfather and was given a few points on his license and a Â£75 fine. You get just a little less for driving in a bus lane let alone taking someone's life. 12 months for hacking off hair?