A man in his 20s, with a short haircut and a beard, walked into a barber shop in the Netherlands last week, dressed like a customer and offered to cut his hair for him.
The barber was not impressed, but then, so was the man who came to cut it.
After two days of waiting, the man was arrested and charged with extortion, threatening, and theft.
A Dutch court has sentenced him to three months in prison.
He had just arrived at the barbershop on March 6, just days after his arrest.
It wasn’t an easy case.
A barber named Marc van der Linden, who had worked at the shop for the past eight years, told Dutch television station NOS that he was shocked when the barber called him to complain about a customer who was asking for $15 a haircut.
When he confronted the man, he accused him of having a penis and demanded to see his ID.
But he was not an Uber employee.
He was just a guy from a barbers shop who wanted to be paid to cut hair for an Uber customer.
A few days later, a Dutch court sentenced van der Linder to three years in prison for the extortion, threat, and property theft.
This is the man whose mugshot went viral after being published on Twitter.
It is also the man most likely to get arrested.
It was just two days after van der Riesen called a barbed-wire fence in his neighborhood, asking to cut the hair of a woman he suspected was a prostitute.
The woman was shocked to hear that the man she was talking to was an Uber worker.
But the woman didn’t think he was an employee.
She thought he was a “fraud.”
The woman, who did not want to be identified, was a victim of human trafficking, which can be a crime in the United States, and Dutch law makes it a crime to have sex with someone who has been coerced into sex.
van der Ceren’s case shows that human trafficking is just as real in the US as it is in the EU, and there is a real problem with how often the law is enforced.
A study by the US National Center for Missing and Exploited Children found that in 2015, 1.5 million men were trafficked to the US for forced labor.
This was about one in three.
That is a huge number, and it is the result of the fact that the US criminal justice system treats the crime of trafficking in the sex industry as a crime of the individual.
But when the law enforcement agencies of the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Sweden are doing their best to crack down on the human trafficking in this country, the number of convictions goes up by a factor of more than 10.
The United States has one of the highest rates of forced labor in the world, with over a million people working in the food industry, construction, and construction related industries.
The number of cases is even higher in the construction sector.
This means that a person who is convicted of trafficking is more likely to be sent to prison for longer than someone who is a victim.
In 2015, about 4,000 cases of trafficking were reported to the Department of Justice, which is the most of any jurisdiction in the country.
Many of these people are people who have been forced into prostitution, often by their employers.
But many people are not victims of forced prostitution, and they are often the ones who are the victims of human traffickers.
In a recent study by researchers at the University of Washington, people who were recruited into human trafficking rings in the U.S. were more likely than others to have been victims of physical violence, sexual abuse, or threats of violence.
“The United States is still relatively unknown to many international law enforcement organizations, and its criminal justice systems, as well as its international law-enforcement systems, often treat trafficking cases as a different crime,” said Laura Mazzarella, an associate professor at the Center for International Law and Security at George Washington University.
“And this has been a major challenge for international law to address in the past.”
The Dutch court’s sentence makes clear that there are many barriers to reporting human trafficking cases in the state of Washington.
One of them is that there is no federal law that criminalizes the recruitment of individuals into human traffickers or the recruitment into prostitution of people who are victims of trafficking.
But there is an international standard that prohibits sex trafficking in all countries.
The International Labour Organization also has a national law on the books that prohibits human trafficking.
However, most countries in the Organization are not in agreement on how to enforce it.
This has created a huge gap between the international community and Washington.
In the United Nations, the Secretary-General of the UN General Assembly, Antonio Guterres, has been working to bring the issue of trafficking to the attention of the Security Council.
He recently released a report called “Dangerous Jobs: Unfairly