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Getting a shave at the Sugar Barber in Oludeniz, Turkey
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Being shaved at the Sugar Barber in Oludeniz, Turkey. Also on offer: women's leg shave and full body massage. Although there's absolutely no room at all for that to happen.
Copyright: Keith Martin
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Uploaded: 21/09/2010
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