Neil Armstrong Wants Hair Back

Neil Armstrong wants hair back

The first man to walk on the moon doesn't want anyone keeping his hair. Former astronaut Neil Armstrong has told his barber to return the cut hair he sold to a collector for 3-thousand dollars.

Barber Marx Sizemore of Lebanon, in southwest Ohio, says the collector won't give it back. So Armstrong's lawyer has threatened legal action if the barber doesn't contribute 3-thousand dollars to a charity of the astronaut's choice.

Armstrong became the first man to step foot on the moon in 1969 as part of the Apollo 11 mission. He lives in suburban Cincinnati and guards his privacy.