The no-hair theorem of black holes says they're completely categorised by their charge and angular momentum and mass.
But imagine two black holes colliding. At some point their event horizons would merge and I imagine the combined event horizon would not be spherical.
You could even imagine 50 black holes merging. Then the combined event horizon would be a very odd shape.
Why does this not disprove the no-hair theorem? Since the information about the shape of the event horizon is surely more than just charge, angular momentum and mass?