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massage parlor

n.
1. An establishment that offers therapeutic massage.
2. An establishment that offers illicit sexual services under the guise of therapeutic massage.

massage parlor

Sexology An establishment that advertises nonsexual manipulation and massage services, which may be provided by 'sex workers' who, for an appropriate fee, provide sexual services. See Sexual service. Cf Massage therapy.
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"Let us show that the local residents do not agree that we need a Thai massage parlour in our village, nor the type of punter such an establishment would attract."
He said police have launched a massive crackdown against all such massage parlours and advised the public to report any unlawful, illicit activities which are provided by such hubs because they pose a big risk to the society.
Brigadier Bin Gulaitha urged the public not to go to illegal massage parlours. "People shouldn't go to suspicious places and be wary of the massage cards distributed in buildings or on cars.
She believes her story underlines the reason why more should be done to stem the steady stream of massage parlours offering extra services.
Referring to the massage parlour robbery, the judge said: "If the round had hit somebody inside, the consequences could have been fatal, involving a wholly innocent member of the public."
I bet she would make it her business if someone with a food fetish got a bit carried away with themselves - and lots of Greek yoghurt, coleslaw and custard - in the massage parlour's Jacuzzi.
Bantick and his brother Christopher were dressed in Santa hats when they visited the Park Lane massage parlour in Swansea at 3am after a night out together.
He had previously been accused of sliding massage parlour cards under hotel room doors and balancing them on room locks.
the massage parlour in Manchester Out and about on the town...
Wenjun Wang set up Amy's Oriental Massage Parlour at a rented property in the Cardiff and even commissioned a website advertising its services.
The couple had already opened a massage parlour in Shortridge Terrace, Jesmond, but police shut it down in August 2005.