Leaflets promoting sex services are being distributed openly to customers at shopping malls and hypermarkets in Malacca, reported Chinese dailies.
Sin Chew Daily and China Press reported that the two-page, handwritten leaflets listed several "packages" and the relevant charges, names of hotels and contact numbers.
There was also a note stating that the number of male "partners" was limited and those interested were advised to book early to avoid disappointment.
The packages, inclusive of a hotel stay, were priced at RM400 (S$149) for an hour, RM800 for two hours and RM2,800 for eight hours.
It also stated that business hours were from 2pm to midnight and prices were negotiable.
A snapshot of the leaflet was uploaded on Facebook by former Kota Melaka parliamentary seat candidate Dr Yee Kok Wah after his wife received one from a man in his 40s while shopping at a hypermarket.