The grandfather of a Singaporean teenager confronted a masseuse who had serviced their son multiple times, after his 19-year-old grandson contracted a sexually transmitted infection after one of his trysts with the masseuse.
According to the Chinese daily, the student had been referred to the masseuse by a friend and began his relationship with the masseuse by flirting with her on WeChat.
The pair met at the wellness centre in central Singapore where the masseuse worked shortly after, and she began charging the student $100 per “happy endings” massage session – sessions that would begin with a massage and end with masturbation.
These sessions soon progressed to involve sexual intercourse and the masseuse began charging the teenager $400 per sex session.
Three weeks after they began engaging in sexual activities, the teenager complained of pain and itchiness in his groin area. His grandfather, Mr Tan, told reporters: “We went to a doctor and the doctor said he had contracted syphilis.”
Mr Tan added that his grandson’s father grew suspicious and checked the boy’s bank statements, only to discover that he had spent over $1000 on the masseuse’s services in less than a month.
The boy’s incensed parents apparently confiscated his bank card and visited the wellness centre to confront the nonchalant masseuse. Mr Tan recounted:
“She acted as though there was nothing wrong. She even aggressively said that he ‘ownself ask for it’ and was a willing party. She also openly talked about how he wanted to have sex with her.
“The family was very angry and embarrassed. We feel such businesses are out to harm people, especially young people who are still immature and easily led astray.”
Mr Tan added that he is sharing this with the public in the hopes that other young people will not fall prey to such masseuses. He further revealed that his family had lodged a police complaint against the masseuse over the incident.
According to the daily, the wellness centre in question appears to have ceased operations about 2 days ago.
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