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The City of Mandurah is investigating claims a massage parlour in the region is offering sexual services. A youth worker raised allegations this week the business was offering the services, which could contravene the City's planning laws.
Under investigation: A massage parlour is under investigation after a youth worker claimed he was offered sexual services. Josh, who asked for his surname to be withheld, said he went into the parlour for a massage only, but was propositioned to pay for sex after he had stripped. On Tuesday a woman who said she managed the business and a masseuse working behind the counter denied the business offered sexual services and said they only offered massages.
After complaining to the City of Mandurah, the office of his local member and police, the man was given a number for the Department of Commerce, but said he felt "palmed off" each step of the way.
City of Mandurah chief Mark Newman said an investigation had been launched into the man's allegations. While prostitution is not illegal in Western Australia, local governments place strict controls over where such businesses can operate. This followed community concerns about the type of activities undertaken at the business's Glencoe Parade address.
Follow Nathan Hondros on Facebook and Twitter. Mandurah massage parlour denies offering sexual services amid investigation. He said he felt politicians and bureaucrats had given up on the issue.