Christian Chavez of Kerrville, Texas, isn’t shy about his support of Texas A&M quarterback and hometown hero Johnny Manziel‘s talents or his Heisman Trophy campaign. When barber Rob “The Original” Ferrel of San Antonio, Texas, offered via Facebook to cut a portrait of Manziel into anyone’s hair who was willing, Chavez leapt at the chance. By the end of the day Wednesday, Chavez was sporting a reasonable likeness of the freshman phenom shaved into his scalp, along with Manziel’s “Johnny Football” nickname and the Texas A&M logo. Chavez, 17, got a surprise when he arrived at Hill Country High School in Kerrville on Thursday. He said he was sent home by the school’s principal and told not to return until he had Manziel’s likeness removed.

So much for the first amendment of the United States Constitution!


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