A Vietnamese masseuse was in the midst of giving a nude massage to a customer when Immigration personnel busted the "executive health centre" where she was working.
Harian Metro reported that she was among 17 women arrested in an Immigration Department operation. Several of them were also caught providing urut batin (manhood massage) to customers.
The outlet in Jalan Tiong Nam, Kuala Lumpur, claimed to be a health centre with accredited health therapists.
They charged between RM130 and RM180 for the services provided.
In several other raids in the city centre and Putrajaya, about 60 foreign workers were detained, some of them were working as guest relations officers at watering holes.