Woman tattoos boyfriend's name across her face 24 hours after they met

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Rouslan Toumaniantz, who also goes by "Ruslan," signed his name in gothic script across the face of his fiance, Lesya Toumaniantz, about three weeks ago.

Sometimes you just have to shake your head. It is that time.

A woman in Russia has allowed her tattoo artist boyfriend to ink his name in huge letters across her face.

Rash decision?

Kind of. She allowed him to do it 24 hours after they met.

"It's a symbol of our eternal devotion. I'd like him to tattoo every inch of my body," she reportedly said on her Facebook page, reported Gawker.

Rouslan Toumaniantz, who also goes by "Ruslan," signed his name in gothic script across the 18-year-old's face about three weeks ago.

They had met online and were quickly engaged.

The tattoo artist who works out of Belgium made headlines previously for inking 56 stars on a girl's face who didn't ask for them she claims, said the Sun.

She is in the process of suing him for 10,000 euros, said Knowyourmeme.

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