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Angry Mum Wants To Ban Hairstyle From Cinemas After It Ruins Frozen 2

Angry Mum Wants To Ban Hairstyle From Cinemas After It Ruins Frozen 2

A mum has called for new rules regarding which hairstyles are allowed in cinemas after a recent trip to the pictures ended in tears.

Ellie Hensby, from Sheffield, South Yorkshire, took her children to see Frozen 2 at the Vue Cinema in Meadowhall on 2 January.

But their post-Christmas trip was ruined, as the 28-year-old mum says she was left with 'absolutely no chance' of seeing anything when she sat behind a 'giant with a huge bun'.

Taking to social media to vent her frustration, Ellie hit out at her fellow film-goer and demanded that the cinema chain should bring in stringent new rules, banning certain hairstyles.

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Addressing the cinema, her post read: "Had the pleasure of viewing this lady's head and hair yesterday whilst my kids watched Frozen 2!

The offending hairstyle. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
The offending hairstyle. Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"Surely there's got to be a policy on how people should wear their hair when they come to the pictures? And you need more height between your seats!

"A small person with a giant with a double head in front of them has absolutely no chance of seeing anything in your cinemas."

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Despite her anger, however, many of those who commented on the irate post pointed out that enforcing a hairstyle policy in cinemas wasn't practical.

One person said: "You can't tell someone how to wear their hair. Granted it wasn't a sensible style for the cinema, but come on."

Another added: "Can't refuse someone in the cinema because of a hair style. The way you took the picture doesn't do it any justice as it's not an eye-level picture."

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Ellie says her cinema trip was ruined. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
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When asked by people online whether she had confronted the big-haired viewer, Ellie said the woman 'looked stressed' and she didn't want to upset her further.

She said: "I didn't [say anything], she was already stressed from her kids jumping and climbing all over the seats.

"I didn't want to make her any more stressed out than she already was.

Ellie added: "If this post makes at least one person think twice about going to the pictures with a bun as big as their head on top of their head then I would say this post has done a bit of good."

Speaking about the incident, the mum said it ruined her experience.

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She took to social media to complain about the woman's hair. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
She took to social media to complain about the woman's hair. Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Ellie said: "I had to sit extremely uncomfortably just so I could see some of the film, so I was really annoyed that someone would wear their hair like that and not consider how it would affect the person sat behind them.

"It could have been a child sat in my seat and they wouldn't have stood a chance of seeing any of the film at all. I think people just need to be more considerate towards others and not only care about how they look.

"That's why I complained - to make others aware that if you wear such a huge hairstyle to the pictures you're likely to hinder someone's view and that's just not fair."

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Vue declined to comment on the story.

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

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