Inspired by his personal battle with drug addiction and the tenets of his Baha’i faith, Nasir Sobhani, a Melbourne-based barber known as the “Street Barber,” skateboards around the city giving free cuts to homeless people on his days off and spending time talking to them with the hopes of inspiring them to start fresh.
In a video by PLGRM, Sobhani was extraordinarily open about his past and his drug addiction: “That’s why I started cutting hair. I love it so much, it became my new way of getting high, man. It’s my new drug.”
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