A woman decided to tattoo a man's name on her face, after meeting him for the first time in person just 24 hours earlier, reports the Daily Mail Online.
Lesya Toumaniantz from Saransk, Russia, allowed Rouslan Toumaniantz to sign 'Ruslan' over her face on the day they met. The giant Gothic script covers the woman's cheeks on both sides of her face.
The couple met in a chat room on the internet and is planning on getting married. Lesya has already taken the last name of Rouslan, even though the couple has been engaged since January 20. She is looking to learn tattooing under his lead and also plans to get a full body tattoo.
This is not the first time that Rouslan has been in the news. Back in 2009, he tattooed 56 black stars to a 19-year-old's face, who later lied and said he had done the ink work while she slept. The teenager came clean later on saying she mislead everyone because she was afraid of how her father would react.
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