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Justin Trudeau's Viral Hair Flip Proves How Badly He Needs A Hair Cut (VIDEO)

This hair flip is almost NSFW.
Justin Trudeau's Hair Flip Went Viral & Proves How Badly He Needs A Hair Cut (VIDEO)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was working on the weekend from Rideau Cottage in Ottawa to keep Canadians in the loop on COVID-19 news. In a moment just like his now-famous "speaking moistly" gaff, the press conference has gone viral for all the wrong reasons. Justin Trudeau's hair flip was so epic that it's all people can talk about.

The Prime Minister gave an update on Saturday, April 18 and said that the border between the U.S. and Canada would remain closed for another 30 days.

But for anyone who has a bit of a crush on JT, it was difficult to focus on his every word. It was so incredibly windy, and his hair has grown so long during the pandemic, it created the perfect storm. His hair whipped around so much that he had to push it back and the results have since gone viral.

Without breaking eye contact with the camera, he ran his hands through his hair. The result was an inexplicably seductive hair flip that no one had anticipated.

Jason Hanson, a surfer from Ottawa, saw an opportunity to create a masterpiece. He made a video where he slowed down the hair flip, added a bit of sultry music, and put it on Facebook. The result is hilarious and has been spreading like wildfire.

The video was uploaded to Facebook and it went viral — it has 2.5 million views as of writing.

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It's been shared almost 100,000 times since it was uploaded just one day ago and has gotten countless more likes and hundreds of comments.

The comments section is full of surprisingly thirsty remarks and it's like Trudeau Mania all over again.

It's good to know that even the PM isn't immune to overgrown hair during the pandemic — and he makes it look good if the comments section is to be believed.

This article was originally published in French on Narcity Quebec.

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