A save-it-or-shave-it vote rests with residents of the Salt Lake City suburb who came out to watch Wednesday's Fourth of July parade.
The wife of the 63-year-old mayor wants it gone and even carried a giant pair of wooden scissors during the parade to convince voters to side with her. She says she's tired of being poked in the eye and living with a "freak."
City officials are reviewing videotape to determine if there were more thumbs-up or thumbs-down votes along the 2 Â½-mile parade route.
Snarr is hopeful he'll be able to keep the crumb-catcher, which stays in place with some unique styling secrets.
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