A MOTHER was left furious after her eight-year-old son’s haircut didn't turn out as planned, prompting her to deliberately run his barber over, it is alleged.
Ruby Delgadillo, 28, began kicking the barber shop door in rage after her son’s haircut on Wednesday.
Police are now looking for the mom who they say rammed her Prius into Brian Martin, the 63-year-old owner of Delta Barber Shop, in California.
Martin’s business partner, Dustin Souders, told KTVU that Delgadillo is a regular customer.
He said said he has no clue why she got so angry.
BURSTING WITH RAGE
Delgadillo reportedly left the barbershop after the haircut was finished, however then came back.
The two argued and when hen Martin went outside to take a picture of her license plate, Delgadillo allegedly rammed into him with her car, pushing him into the front glass front of the store.
One witness said: "She took the kid to have a haircut, paid for it and came back. She complained about the haircut and they got into an argument.
"I saw the car taking off, backing out and take off real fast."
Martin reportedly suffered a broken leg after the incident and received surgery at John Muir Medical Center on Thursday morning.
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He posted on Facebook from the hospital, saying that he was praying for the "lady who hit me," who he said had two young boy in her vehicle when she drove off.
Dustin said: "That’s very typical of him. To be thinking of other people."
It is unclear what charges Delgadillo faces at this time.
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