Court Wanted Hogan To Remove His Bandanna



While testifying in court this week on behalf of his son Nick, Hulk Hogan wore his trademarked bald-blanket. Typically, hats or caps are not allowed in court.

Ron Stuart, a public information officer for the Sixth Judicial Circuit, said bailiffs did not ask Hogan to remove his trademark bandanna after he showed up late, because “it would have caused a big scene to have him take it off. He added, “Technically he shouldn’t have been allowed to wear it. But normally bailiffs do those things when people are coming in, and there was just so much going on that it wasn’t noticed in time.”

I think at this point Hogan’s bandanna’s should be considered a part of his head. Or at the very least, an odd colored toupee. Asking Hogan to remove the “do-rag” is like asking Superstar Billy Graham to remove his hips.

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