The family of Don King, the boxing promoter with the strange hair, revealed today that it is actually a dead Chia Pet on his head. King has long been recognized for his straight up, strange hair style that adds at least eight inches to his height.
Daughter Donna said that "Daddy always used to wear a really tall toupee. We didn't like it and thought it looked silly, so one day I buried it in the back yard."
Daughter Donette agreed. "We were glad when Donna buried it, and laughed when Daddy went around the house, screaming and tearing everything apart looking for his rug."
Daughter Donelle laughed when she said that "it was funny when Daddy grabbed our sister Donenne's Chia Pet, pulled it from it's bowl, shook off the dirt, and glued it on his head with school paste."
Daughter Donitta added that "Daddy discovered that he liked the look, because it made him seem as tall as Ali and Foreman and Frazier and all of the boxers. Sometimes, his Chia Pet hair made him look even taller."
Daughter Donnie gave more information when she said that "He watered it and took good care of it for years, until he decided to let his Chia Pet hair go grey and allowed it to die. Now, it's covered with varnish and doesn't change at all."
When Donna, Donette, Donelle, Donitta, Donenne, and Donnie were asked if their father had a hard time coming up with different names for them, they all said in unison, "where do you think that George Foreman got the idea to name all of his sons George?"