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Wednesday May 23, 2012 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Sunday May 26, 2013 MYT 2:43:05 PM
by beh yuen hui, lee xian, AND a. raman
MORE than 70 massage parlours in Johor Baru are providing extra services, including sex, China Press reported.
Quoting a source, the daily said there were three types of massages available in the city the traditional massage, massage plus extra services like oral sex and massage plus sex.
The report said these centres usually targeted retired men, who had money and were lonely, as they were usually willing to spend on the women.
A technician known as Xu said his father had been frequenting a massage parlour in Skudai since four months ago.
“My father goes there every week and spends over RM100 for each visit.
“I was curious and wanted to find out why he went there, so I went there, too.
“After 30 minutes of massage, the foreign woman who was sexily dressed asked if I needed other services,” said the 30-year-old.
Xu said his father spent all his retirement savings and pocket money given by his children at the centre.
> Thousands of women from all over China rushed for a matchmaking event with 11 billionaires in Guangzhou, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.
Aged between 19 and 56, some of them came from as far as Singapore and Australia.
Over 2,800 women had to pass 11 tests set by experts in various fields such as physiognomy (face reading) and psychology before they would be considered by the billionaires.
Their family background, mental and body health conditions were also checked.
A candidate, identified only as Ah Ling, who recently graduated with a double Masters from an Australian university, said she came to register and get herself a billionaire husband.
“He is definitely better than me,” said the 28-year-old who is currently attached to a research company.
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