A Vietnamese teenager who had an unusual tattoo of a Vietnamese girl on her body is suing a tattoo parlor after the girl’s father said the tattoo was “a form of torture”.
Vietnamese teenagers often get tattoos of the Vietnamese girl as part of their school or religious education, but the girl in this case was a tattooed teenager.
The lawsuit filed on Tuesday claims that the tattoo, which was put on the teenager’s neck by a man who wanted to show off her beauty, was “abusive and degrading” and that the boy had violated her trust.
“She is a vulnerable, yet beautiful and beautiful girl, and is deeply ashamed of her tattoo.
She is afraid of her body and her body’s reaction to her tattoo,” the suit states.”
It is not only her body but her soul that is being violated.”
The girl’s mother, who has been living in a refugee camp in the country’s south, says the tattoo on her daughter’s neck was done by a Vietnamese man and the girl had agreed to it.
The man is named as Wang Hui-hong, who is based in southern Vietnam’s Guangxi province.
Wang Hui said in a statement that he was only trying to do his job as a private citizen and had not made any threats or attempted to hurt the girl.
He also said he was not affiliated with any religious sect.
“My tattoo is purely for my own personal use and was not meant to hurt or offend anyone,” Wang said.
“As a private businessman, I did not intend to hurt anyone.”
Wang, who was born in Vietnam and moved to the United States in 1999, said he had no criminal history and was looking for a new tattoo.