Tarrant County deputy dyes hair pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month

Sgt. Bryan Woodard challenged his Facebook followers, "I said if we just raise $2,000 I’d go ahead, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I would dye my hair pink."
Hairdresser dying hair pink
Hairdresser dying hair pink Photo credit Getty Images

Sgt. Bryan Woodard, a deputy with Tarrant County Constable Precinct 7, made a promise to the some 535,000 followers on his Facebook page.

Woodard told WFAA, "I said if we just raise $2,000 I’d go ahead, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I would dye my hair pink."

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Well, the group not only met the expectations set by Woodard, they EXCEEDED them and doubled the requested amount of donations. So, Woodard held up his end of the bet and dyed his hair pink!

While pink hair may not necessarily be allowed under the normal dress code, Woodard has the full support of his boss, Constable Sandra Lee.

He said, "She supported me. I was able to go ahead and show support to people who are still battling or who are in remission, or even people who’ve lost their lives, due to breast cancer awareness."

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