14 women rescued from Makati spa allegedly offering ‘extra service’

Robie de Guzman

MANILA, Philippines – Authorities on Tuesday rescued 14 women during a raid in a spa allegedly offering “extra service” to its customers in Makati City.

Makati City police chief Colonel Rogelio Simon said they launched the operation against the spa after confirming an information that the establishment offers extra service aside from massage and other therapies.

“Actually, ito ay legitimate ito na spa kung saan meron nagmamasahe, may therapies, may mga kwarto nakita naman natin,” he said.

“Pero pagdating nga doon sa loob nag-uusap na, o di kaya meron ng prior na usapan doon pa lang sa front desk kung anong serbisyo na kukunin ng isang parokyano at meron na rin doon nakalagay na presyo at babayaran ng parokyano at gagawin naman ng therapies dun sa parokyano nila,” he added.

Based on their investigation, the spa charges its customers around P2,500 to P5,500 depending on the service they want to avail.

Police also invited for investigation three Chinese customers who were inside the establishment during the raid.

The owner of the spa was nowhere to be found during the operation but Simon said they will work on having the establishment shut down. – RRD (with details from Correspondent Bernard Dadis)

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