Tattooed influencer poses for raunchy pics bearing her bum on musicians grave

A tattooed influencer has landed in hot water with police after she posed for raunchy pictures wearing a thong on a musician's grave.

Russian cops have opened a criminal case against social media star, model, and tattoo artist, Alevtina Falkovski, for kneeling on the resting place of Mikhail Gorshenev with her bum in the air.

The heavily-inked influencer from Baranavichy, Belarus was seen holding a bunch of carnations in front of her face, while her skimpy G-string revealed a "Hello Kitty" tattoo covering one of her bum cheeks.

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The shoot took place at the grave of Mikhail, from the group Korol i Shut (King and Jester), in Bogoslovskoe Cemetery, Saint Petersburg.

Mikhail died in 2013 aged 39, reportedly from heart failure due to alcoholic cardiomyopathy.

It is not clear when the snaps of Falkovski were taken, but they recently spread on social media like wildfire thanks to outraged fans of the former horror punk band.

An online petition demanding that the influencer be punished reportedly garnered 1,200 signatures.

The images of Falkovski ended up being seen by Mikhail's widow, Olga Gorsheneva, who reported the influencer to the police.

Police launched an investigation and, according to reports, have now opened a criminal case against Falkovski, who lives in Russia's second city.

The pink-haired ink addict stands accused of desecrating the bodies of the deceased and their burial places.

She reportedly faces a hefty fine, community service, or even up to three months behind bars if found guilty.

Media in Russia report that she has since deactivated her social media accounts and has fled the country for Lithuania, where she reportedly has a cafe.

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According to Russian media, Falkovski explained that she did not see "anything wrong" with her photos and just wanted to show her respect for punk culture.

She has reportedly apologised to the late musician's family, but has refused to apologise to the "bunch of aggressive fans".

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