Singapore Students Get In Trouble For Not Wearing Wigs

The Huffington Post, 2 Aug 2013
Three female Singaporean high school students who shaved their heads for charity got in trouble for being bald and were told to wear wigs.
The students, who attend St. Margaret’s Secondary School, shaved their heads last weekend to raise money for the Children’s Cancer Foundation, according to Singaporean outlet The Straits Times. However, when they arrived for classes on Monday, they were punished by the school’s principal for violating a ban on "punk, unfeminine or sloppy hairstyles."
The wigless students were called out of class and told to buy hairpieces, according to The Straits Times. Full story