Reporter shaves head for domestic violence awareness

Nov 2, 2012, 10:53 PM | Updated: 10:53 pm

A reporter from Hawaii is using his head, or more accurately, his hair, to raise awareness for deaths that result from domestic violence.

Stating that he and his family were victims of domestic violence, Jai Cunningham decided to shave his head every time someone died as a result of domestic violence over the next year. It sounds like a cheesy idea, but ends up producing some dramatic reporting.

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Reporter shaves head for domestic violence awareness