Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Police put stop to free sex after nine car washes

A massage parlour and a car wash outlet in Sunway Mentari, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, have given new meaning to the phrase "customer loyalty". They came up with a creative way to entice more customers to engage their services by offering free sex after nine car washes. However, their three-month old "win-win" partnership was stopped after police stormed the massage parlour.

During the operation, nine Vietnamese women, believed to be prostitutes and GROs (guest relation officers), aged between 18 and 28, were arrested. Selangor National Key Result Area (NKRA) Crime Prevention Division officer-in-charge, ASP Emmi Shah Fadhil, said police got wind of the activity after the raiding team found several car wash loyalty cards from five customers who were caught having sex with the prostitutes.

"It was supposed to be just another routine operation," he said. Emmi Shah said the team later found out that customers who sent their cars to the nearby car wash will be given a loyalty card each. "To get the extra 'offer', customers must send their cars for washing nine times within a certain period. The tenth car wash will entitle them to free sex," said Emmi Shah. He said those who sought sex immediately would need to pay between RM130 ($26, $42) and RM180 (£36, $58) per session.

"When we raided the premises, the women panicked. Some even tried to hide in the storeroom. Four men, believed to be the operators and caretakers, were also detained," he said. Emmi Shah said besides the loyalty card, the team also found several condoms stashed inside a microwave. Checks revealed the premises, equipped with CCTV, only allowed Chinese patrons to enter. He said the women were found to have violated their social visit passes and had been working without permits. They were taken to Petaling Jaya police headquarters for further investigation.


Brixter said...

I live in THAT area! Nobody told me of this promotion. I must investigate!

arbroath said...

It's too late now, Brixter. :)

Anonymous said...

Their mistake was in not offering the cops a better deal from the start.

Anonymous said...

Brings a whole new meaning to "wash and wax"