Water leak leads Saitama cops to Chinese massage parlor

By on July 30, 2013 under Crime,Fuzoku,Tokyo Daily

The parlor is suspected to have offered sexual services in violation of the adult-entertainment law

The parlor is suspected to have offered sexual services in violation of the adult-entertainment law

TOKYO (TR) – Saitama Prefectural Police on Tuesday announced the arrest of the manager of a massage parlor in Omiya City featuring Chinese masseuses after a water leak raised suspicions about illegal activity, reports the Sankei Shimbun (July 30).

On Monday, officers raided the parlor, which is located on the fourth floor of a six-story building near JR Omiya Station, and discovered a 23-year-old Chinese national supplying sexual services to a 52-year-old male from Saitama City.

Officers took 36-year-old manager Akihiro Tanaka into custody for violating of the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses regarding prohibited business practices.

On May 14, a water leak originating on the fifth floor flooded the parlor. A maintenance team investigating the premises soon after discovered the space partitioned into small rooms with a selection of women’s underwear left behind. Investigators were then alerted about a possibly illegal business.

Tanaka has reportedly admitted to the allegations.

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