Carolina Panthers backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen says he'll never set foot in a Supercuts again after he apparently had an experience so awful at the haircutting chain that he had to tweet about it.

Never going to @supercuts again! #awful, Clausen, who played collegiately at Notre Dame, tweeted Tuesday. The tweet spread around the Twitterverse.

One Jimmy Clausen follower asked for pics to prove the awful job.

This tweet means nothing without a visual aid, said Darcy Difino.

Panthers spokesman Ryan Anderson pointed out that the bad haircut came at an inopportune time.

@JimmyClausen media guide headshots are tomorrow and Thursday! Haha, Anderson tweeted.

Supercuts was quick to respond to Clausen, who unfortunately did not tweet a photo of his allegedly disastrous haircut.

Hey, Jimmy. Sorry to hear about your experience. Our haircuts are guaranteed, so let me know what we can do to make it right, the chain said on its Twitter account.

Supercuts told IBTimes it reached out to Clausen aside from the public tweet.

Supercuts knows that the right cut builds confidence. If there is ever a question about a cut, we have a satisfaction guarantee so all our clients can feel good about the way they look. Supercuts reached out to Jimmy Clausen, who is loyal to his Supercuts in California, and had a great conversation with him; he's a terrific guy, and we're very pleased to have him as a Supercuts customer, the company said in an e-mail.

One rival salon, Great Clips, is trying to swoop in and get Clausen as a client.

Sorry to hear about your experience. We'd love it if you gave us a shot next time! the Great Clips Twitter account hollered at Clausen.

The Panthers quarterback wrote back, asking where the chain has locations in Charlotte, where the Panthers play.

We have 60 salons in the Charlotte area. 20 in Charlotte itself. Would be more than happy to recommend a location, Great Clips responded.

Clausen is second on Carolina's depth chart to 2011 No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton, who had a head-turning rookie season and solidified his status as the starter.