MALAYSIA - Sinar Harian reported that customers who paid for a body massage session at a massage parlour in Puchong were offered additional "sexual services" by Vietnamese masseurs.
It was learnt that the owner of the parlour charged RM160(S$64) per session.
After paying up, customers would then be brought by the women, who were aged between 20 and 30, to an area in the shop cordoned off by a curtain.
One customer, who declined to be named, said that he went to the parlour for a body massage.
However, he was shocked when the masseur offered him "extra sexual services".
The parlour was raided by Subang Jaya council officers on Wednesday.
Its enforcement director Mejar Mohd Rasip Rasul said that the parlour was illegal, adding that all nine masseurs and a local man, believed to be the caretaker of the place, were handed over to the police.