Tampa man's haircut pays tribute to Pulse nightclub victims

Posted at 6:11 AM, Jun 15, 2016

A Tampa man is paying tribute to the Orlando shooting victims in a rather unique way.

Gabriel Gonzalez recently got a haircut with a symbol of the Pulse nightclub accompanied with a rainbow symbolizing gay pride.

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Gonzalez said his barber inspired the haircut when he contacted him and told him how hurt he was about the mass shooting.

The barber said he wanted to try out the design, so Gonzalez decided to be the guinea pig for the haircut.