Here’s your monthly dose of weird, courtesy of Zurich, Sacramento and West Hollywood.
In Southern California, a dance company took its latest performance to a local car wash. Rather than performing on stage or at another traditional public venue, the dancers from Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre danced on top of cars and inside the car wash bays and tunnels at Santa Palmer Car Wash. The West Hollywood car wash became the scene of a 1993 routine featuring a love story surrounding a 1970s Cadillac Coupe de Ville. NBC Los Angeles reports that “Parts and Labor” is about our obsessions with our vehicles and how they fit into our daily lives.
Also in California, a Sacramento man is behind bars after authorities say he set a car wash on fire. Why? Reports from The Sacramento Bee don’t really say. But the 47-year-old man is being held on a $50,000 bond. Police found the man after reviewing security footage following the early morning fire.
And in Zurich, hair stylists put on a promotion in which people had their manes washed and dried by car wash equipment. Syoss, a haircare brand, put together a video of clients having water and product squirted on their heads while their chairs rolled through a car wash. The video is pretty entertaining. Check it out at Creativity-Online.com.