Guy Fieri fights his hairdresser

Noam Galai/WireImageGuy Fieri attends Food Network's 20th birthday celebration.

Noam Galai/WireImageGuy Fieri attends Food Network's 20th birthday celebration.

When Guy Fieri landed in Frisco (forgive us, but you know that’s what he calls it!) Tuesday night, he apparently got into an epic fight with his hairdresser. It’s about time, right?

It wasn’t about his ridiculous locks, apparently.

A <a href=”http://www.tmz.com/2013/10/30/guy-fieri-hairdresser-fight-video/” target=”_blank”>video on TMZ shows the tearful stylist hurling obscenities at Fieri and punching him. The TV chef kicks him a few times and shoves him out of an SUV.

The hairdresser is so distraught, it looks more like a lover’s quarrel borne of passion rather than of hair gel stipends. Or maybe Fieri just didn’t think his makeover was sufficiently extreme!!!

A rep for Fieri told TMZ it was just a bunch of guys messing around after drinking on a flight to San Francisco International Airport, and it’s “all good now.” Phew.

We don’t kowtow to that sort of behavior here, especially during celebrations after winning the World Series.FeaturesGossipGuy Fieri

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