Kuala Lumpur, April 30 (ANI): It has emerged that a syndicate in Malaysia has been delivering prostitutes to its customers the way fast-food outlets delivered food.
According to Kosmo!, the service came to light after police nabbed 12 women, who were moonlighting as masseuses at a spa in Kuala Lumpur, in a raid on April 28.
It is understood that the women did not conduct any sexual activity at the spa although the syndicate would ask customers to make bookings via telephone, and it would then send the women to various locations.
Kuala Lumpur Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies division chief DSP Razali Abu Samah said authorities detained the 33-year-old spa manager along with the women, all foreigners, in the raid.
DSP Razali said authorities found the women, aged between 21 and 37 years, hiding in a storeroom on the ground floor.
"The women comprised eight Indonesians, two China nationals and two Thais," the Star Online quoted him as saying.
He added that initial investigations revealed that the women were charging between RM118 and RM148 an hour for a massage with an additional fee for sex.
DSP Razali said the women had also violated the terms of their social visit pass. (ANI)