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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The owner of a South Carolina hair replacement business says a Myrtle Beach roller coaster isn't nearly as hair-raising as the commercials claim. A television ad shows the 150-foot-tall Time Machine at Freestyle Music Park moving so fast that a man loses his hairpiece. But Dennis Murphy, who owns a hair replacement business, says the ad puts toupees in a bad light.

So he rode the coaster Thursday to prove his toupee would stay on. The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported that his hands stayed in the coaster and his hairpiece stayed put, though he looked like he'd been in a strong wind.

Murphy said he appreciates the park giving him a chance to prove his point. Officials there said the ad is meant to be fun and they'll keep running it.


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