Man Loses Amusement Park Job Over Dreadlocks

Charles Craddock says he was told to cut his shoulder-length hair by his employers at Ohio's Cedar Point.
1:09 | 05/08/15

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It was his first time out of the next. And they they discount essential horrible experience Charles chronic was supposed to spend a summer working at Cedar Point. A job he's looking forward to four month but after a Skype interview orientation. And moving into the dorms over the weekend pitch when he year old was told at his training session that he had to cut his dreadlocks off. Or ago actually I asked her about it because I renovating outlined steps sure about it in my. Will it be a problem with my hair she's seeing you know when real problem is on you keep it pinned we're working. Which actually turned out not to be the case. These are Charles's termination letters here are part of the park standards for male workers. Here can't be longer than your caller no pony tails are extreme hair styles. And any twisted hair has to meet the other requirements. So you might be thinking why not just cut the hair. It's like losing part of mumbling Amos says it's not anger more frustration at the facts at the process went so far in the first place he wants the work. That's been that's his go. And they can taken away from him.

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