Saitama cops bust ‘delivery health’ service for prostitution

Out-call service Rabbit allegedly provided illegal sex services to customers on 3 occasions in March

Rabbit
Rabbit

SAITAMA (TR) – Saitama Prefectural Police have busted an out-call sex service on charges of prostitution, reports the Saitama Shimbun (May 14).

On three occasions between March 8 and March 24, female employees from “delivery health” service Rabbit were dispatched to hotels in Fujimi City to provide sex services to male customers in violation of the Anti-Prostitution Law.

Officers from the Higashi Iruma Police Station arrested the 35-year-old manager of Rabbit and two other employees. The three suspects have declined to comment on the allegations.

The operation is run from inside an apartment in Shiki City. Police became aware of illegal activity at Rabbit after reading messages posted on Internet bulletin boards whose contents suggested offers of prostitution.

Charges at Rabbit begin at 10,000 yen for the first hour of service.

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