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Spa offering 'the most enjoyable Asian massage in town' closed over prostitution allegations


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/.a/6a00d8341c630a53ef0133f4fedafa970b-piSHUT DOWN: Rolling Hills Estates might not be the place where you'd expect a showdown over prostitution. But the upscale Palos Verdes Peninsula town has revoked the operating license of a spa amid allegations of prostitution. Crystal Spa bills itself as offering "The Most Enjoyable Asian Massage in Town," reports the Daily Breeze's Larry Altman: "City Manager Doug Prichard said the decision to pull a business' license is 'very rare' for the city. 'This is only the second one I've done in 25 years here,' he said."

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Photo: Students at L.A. Unified's new arts school downtown. Credit: Los Angeles Times

 
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That's just great...Now where are the fine citizens of Rolling Hills Estates going to obtain a Happy Ending after a long day at the factory...

"The Most Enjoyable Asian Massage"-sounds like a porn title?

These lowlifes are the ones tarnishing the good image of massage parlors. A massage parlor is a place of relaxation and stress release. So to all massage regulars out there, please always enjoy a good massage.


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