‘Hairspray Hairdresser’, famous hairdressinger, claims to have ‘cut’ the heads of babies.
Amberley hairstylist, Alex Roldan, claimed to be able to cut the head off newborn babies by ‘hanging’ their heads in a bowl of water, in the documentary “The Headless Baby”.
Alex Roldans claim is a ‘hoax’ but he says it was an experiment he conducted with baby’s head.
In the documentary, he claimed he had the heads removed by attaching a large metal bowl to a piece of metal tubing.
The hairdressed men, who have a reputation for making bizarre claims, said they were ‘bored with the whole thing’.
They claimed to cut babies heads with the metal bowl and hang the heads in buckets of water.
Alex said: “I had a bowl, and a tube attached to it, and I hung the head of a newborn baby in the water, and then I cut the neck.”
I had the head, the neck, and the ears removed, and you can see the babies head hanging out, hanging on the water.””
The other side of the baby, you can still see the earrings on the baby,” he added.
Alex claims to cut off babies heads from birth, in order to use the heads for a ‘secret business’.
In the footage, which is set to air on the BBC One programme The Headless Babies, Alex claims he had to cut baby’s heads off to use them in his ‘secret’ business.
Alex Roaldan says he ‘cut babies heads’ to use in ‘secret industry’The haodresser claims to be a ‘hobbyist’ and that he ‘has cut babies head’ from birth.
He said: ‘I’ve cut babies necks from birth because I wanted to use their heads to make hair products for my hair salon.”
They were babies that were born in the United States and they were really sick and I wanted something to do with their heads.
“To me, they were just babies and that’s all that matters.”
And that’s what we wanted to do, that’s why we made hair products.
“We had to make a hair product and we made it and it was sold at a salon.”
He also claims to ‘cut baby’s necks from the neck down’ and says he did it because he was bored with the ‘headless baby’ phenomenon.
In a statement, Alex said he has “never cut a baby’s neck from the back.
I have cut babies from the side and from the front.”
The only babies I’ve cut were babies who were born here in the States and were really, really sick.
“So, to me, that was my experiment.”
The Headlessness Babies airs on Monday at 10pm on BBC One.