A 35 year old Nepalese man has been arrested for tattooing the likeness of his friends wife on his chest,the first case of its kind in the country.
Kumar Kesi from Kavre district east of Kathmandu claimed that his love had grown after he tattooed the womans picture on his chest.
Kumar has been kept in police custody under the Public Offence Act as there is no law related to the act of tattooing a womans picture, police officer Arun Kumar Bisi said.
According to police,the case is the first of its kind in the country.
Kumar said he fell in love with the woman after she was introduced to him by her husband four years ago. We began to love each other after our meetings, he claimed.
Kumar had used a photo given to him by the woman some years ago for the tattoo,which features the woman with her hair tied and a big tika on her forehead.
After he showed off the tattoo to his friends during Diwali last year,word about it spread like wildfire.
He said: She used to meet me in Banepa and Kathmandu on the pretext that she was ill,and had to go for check up.
Kumar and the womans husband were dump truck drivers at a local industry.
The husband forced his wife to disclose their relationship and filed a case against Kumar. Following the complaint,police arrested Kumar recently.
15 Indian-origin men,women on Queens Honours list
London: Fifteen Indian-origin men and women,including prominent educationist Asha Khemka,have been named in Queen Elizabeths New Years Honours List for 2014.
Khemka has been named a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) for her service to the deprived areas of the West Midlands as principal of West Nottinghamshire College for the last eight years. Under her leadership,it has become one of the most eminent further education colleges in the UK. She has embraced the apprenticeship agenda,leading the college to become the largest 16-18 provider in the UK and finding jobs for 700 young people in the first year, read a special citation accompanying the higher awards in this years list. PTI