Tokyo cops: Sex parlor in Tachikawa employed teen girl

Fuzoku parlor Super Splash allegedly employed a teenage girl last year
Fuzoku parlor Super Splash allegedly employed a teenage girl last year

TOKYO (TR) – Tokyo Metropolitan Police have busted a sex parlor in Tachikawa City for allegedly employ a teenage girl, reports TV Asahi (Mar. 13).

Over a six-month period beginning in January of last year, managers Kazuhiro Komachi, 26, and Kei Yasumoto, 39, of fuzoku parlor Super Splash allegedly employed the girl, 17, while knowing she was a minor.

Komachi, who has been charged with violating the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses, admits to the allegations while Yasumoto claims he “didn’t know” she was 17.

According to police, the suspects solicited the girl, a first-year high school student, via an online chat board in which they posted a message using the word “under” to signify that they were seeking employees less than 18, according to Fuji News Network (Mar. 13).

While employed at the parlor, the girl had her chest fondled by male customers as a part of the standard service offered. She was paid 1.25 million yen for 40 days of work.

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