Business in the front, party in the back -- take it all outside.
An Australia man was recently booted from Print Hall, one of Perth's newest rooftop bars, when the owners decided they didn't care for his mullet haircut being inside their trendy establishment.
"I'm not in a gang, I don't have tattoos all over me, I'm just an everyday person," David Hoogland told The West Australian.
Hoogland had been drinking with his fiance and some friends on Oct. 5 when a manager asked him to take his hairdo elsewhere.
The Herald Sun reports: "He said he was wearing jeans, a t-shirt and dress shoes and said he was told by staff his unfashionable hairdo was the reason why he was told he was no longer welcome at the new nightspot."
"I agree if you're being rowdy, out of control, drunk or abusive then you should be kicked out but if you're just sitting down having a chat and a quiet social drink, I think that's pretty rude," Hoogland said, according to The West Australian.
Hoogland only lasted 20 minutes in the bar before being asked to leave. He has sported the mullet for more than a decade.