KL massage joints get kinky to attract customers

KL massage joints get kinky to attract customers

Several erotic massage centres are upping the ante by replacing massage oil with cheese, reported Kosmo!

The cheese massage or "urutan keju" is among the new kinky offerings by several massage centres in the Klang Valley.

A visit by the paper's probe team to Serdang revealed that scantily-dressed women from Vietnam and Thailand were being used to attract customers.

The cheese massage is certainly not cheap as a one-hour session can cost up to RM300 (S$117).

According to one customer known as Faizal, 30, the cheese massage was different as prior to the massage, scantily-dressed or even naked masseuses would bathe the customer before cheese was applied on the sensitive parts of the customer's body.

Faizal said he enjoyed the massaging techniques of the Viet­namese women.

One of the masseuses, a 21-year-old Vietnamese known as Kimly, said she had entered the country three times since January using a social visit pass.

"I want to look for money. If there is a raid, our informer will alert us and we will hide," said Kimly.

She said customers were charged a compulsory payment of RM57 (S$22) for every massage.

However, customers could top up between RM50 (S$20) and RM100 (S$39) if they wanted "more."

"The money we receive goes straight into our pockets. We only need to pay RM1,000 (S$389) to the massage centre owner for using the premises," said Kimly.

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