5-Star Hotel Slapped With Rs 2 Crore Penalty For A Wrong Haircut: How Did This Happen?
A luxury hotel chain, IITC Maurya, husband told to compensate a sum of Rs.2 crores to a woman.
This hotel has been ordered to fine because of a haircut gone wrong!
Read on to find out all the details about this peculiar case!
ITC Maurya Directed To Pay Rs. 2 Crores As Compensation For Haircut Gone Wrong
The name of the complainant is Aashna Roy and she will be given a compensation of Rs. 2 crores, as per the instructions of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC).
The Commission observed that “she lost her expected assignments and suffered a huge loss which completely changed her lifestyle and shattered her dream to be a top model.”
This compensation has been awarded by a bench of President RK Agrawal and Member Dr SM Kantikar as they stated that the women are cautious about their hair, spend a lot of money on keeping them in good condition and are emotionally attached to their hair as well.
She had reportedly asked for long flicks covering her face in the front and at the back and four-inch straight hair trim from the bottom.
Complainant Lost Major Assignments And Suffered Mental Breakdown And Trauma
The complainant is reportedly a model for hair products because of her long hair and has also modeled for some big brands of hair products. However, due to a wrong hair cut which was against her instructions, she lost a lot of assignments and suffered a major loss. As per reports, this also shattered her dreams of becoming a top model and changed her lifestyle.
She has also undergone severe mental breakdown and trauma due to negligence in cutting her hair, and “could not concrete her job and finally, she lost her job,”
In addition to this, the hotel has also been accused of medical negligence in hair treatment as her scalp has been burnt and there is an allergy and itching due to the grave mistakes of the ITC Maurya staff.
The NCDRC has revealed that the hotel offered to pay for free hair treatment and tried to cover their faults.