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The things people do for love can be downright outrageous. Lesya Toumaniantz from Saransk, Russia, met Rouslan Toumaniantz on an online chat room. Less than 24 hours after meeting Toumaniantz in person in Moscow, Russia, Lesya allowed the tattoo artist to ink his first name in bold Gothic script across her face.
"It's a symbol of our eternal devotion. I'd like him to tattoo every inch of my body," she said, according to the Daily Mail.
Lesya realizes her tattoos might be mistaken for something related to the notorious street gang MS-13, but says they aren't gang related.
"Some resemble my tattoo on MS-13. This figure has a tattoo on my body," she wrote on her Facebook page. "But I'm not a gangster."
The happy couple are now planning on getting married after knowing each other a week according to BME.
Lesya and Rouslan
"Their plans for a life together include her learning to tattoo while she also gets the full-body ink that she’s always dreamed of and of course a family," said a friend of Toumaniantz. "I know that there are people who are terrified that Lesya has made a rash decision that she’ll regret horribly, but sometimes the best decisions are the ones you make in an instant with your heart rather than the ones long-debated in your mind."
Rouslan gained worldwide attention in 2009 after he tattooed 56 stars on the face of 18-year old Kimberley Vlaeminckin.
Kimberley initially said she wanted just 3 stars near her eye, but Rouslan kept adding more after she had passed out. Rouslan fled Belgium because of the controversy. Kimberly later admitted that she lied and was awake the whole time the tattoos were being inked on her face.
Check out more pics of Lesya and Rouslan below.
To view this full pic head over to BME (Warning: contains nudity)