Students visit ‘healthcare’ centres for sex


  • Nation
  • Monday, 19 Mar 2018

Compiled by ALLISON LAI, ROYCE TAN and R. ARAVINTHAN

SECONDARY school students are spending almost RM200 of their pocket money on sex at “healthcare” centres in Kuala Lumpur, Mingguan Malaysia reported.

The report stated that students aged between 15 and 17 were spotted at several “healthcare” premises in Cheras.

A 25-year-old Indonesian woman was quoted as saying that she “services” an average of two to three teenagers daily.

“They are charged between RM158 and RM168 for a 45-minute session. Some even give us tips, from RM20 to RM50, if our service is tip-top.

“I don’t know where they get their money but they always come in groups, especially on weekends,” she said.

The woman said her clients ranged from teenagers to business- men. The going rate for the women is based on their nationality – RM158 for Cambodians, RM168 for Indo­nesians, and RM178 for Vietnamese and Thais.

The women take RM100 while the “healthcare” centres, which are actually a front for vice dens, get the remainder.

> Kosmo! Ahad reported that anti-vice police picked up two mamasan and 27 Vietnamese GROs during an Ops Noda raid on a nightclub in Bandar Botanic, Klang.

The report stated that 12 workers were also arrested and RM15,237 seized.

> Three brothers in their 30s were arrested for abusing their mother after getting high on syabu, Metro Ahad reported.

They hit her and even chased her out of the house in Kundang, Selangor.

They were arrested at 10pm on Saturday after neighbours reported the matter to the police and National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK).

Another brother, also in his 30s, sped off on a motorcycle when he returned home after midnight to find AADK officers waiting for him.

The officers are now trying to track him down. The three others are being detained at the Gombak police headquarters.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item. 


   

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