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Tokyo cops raid Chinese massage parlor for supplying sex

One of the managers of the parlor arrested by police
One of the managers of the parlor arrested by police (TV Asahi)

TOKYO (TR) -Tokyo Metropolitan Police on Tuesday raided an aesthetic massage parlor staffed with Chinese attendants in Akabane for licensing violations, reports TV Asahi (Dec. 12).

On Thursday, a masseuse of the parlor, located near JR Akabane Station, is alleged to have supplied sexual services to a male company employee, 56, in a private room in violation of the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses.

According to police, the female employees of the parlor, aged between 40 and 55, solicited on the streets surrounding the shop, targeting visibly intoxicated men.

Police arrested two managers of the parlor, both of whom are 53-year-old Chinese nationals. “The massage girls did it (provided sex) on their own accord,” one suspect is quoted by police in denying the allegations. “I did not give them instructions.”

Since opening in May of last year, the parlor has received approximately one million yen in sales each month.