A price list for an unlicensed massage parlor in Wan Chai that was allegedly visited by the National Security Director has made the rounds on social media.
Pictures of the list, which explicitly details sexual services, circulated online amid authorities’ claims that they have found “no evidence of wrongdoing” on the part of Frederic Choi, the top officer who was caught in a police raid there in late March.
In a press conference Tuesday, the chief superintendent Ryan Wong Wai confirmed that the massage parlor visited by National Security officer Frederic Choi offered sexual services.
“Regarding the police raid late march in an unlicensed massage parlor in Wan Chai, we found that someone was running a sex premise there,” Wong said.
While authorities did not mention the name of the premise, local media reported that the unlicensed parlor Choi visited is called Viet Spa, an upstairs unit on Johnston Road.
A customer who claimed to have visited the aforementioned premise told Apple Daily that it “surely provides sexual services” because the women wear “low cut and backless” clothing
On an online forum where netizens discuss sexual services in Hong Kong, at least seven threads were created with generally positive reviews of of their experience at Viet Spa. They said reservations at the parlor can be made via Telegram.
According to local media reporters who visited the building where the parlor is located, the Viet Spa sign had already been taken down and wrapped in plastic outside the unit.
One person who works on the same floor as the parlor said he ordinarily sees people entering and leaving the unit, but is not sure who they are or what their background is.
Choi is the second-highest ranking officer in the National Security Department and has served in the police force for 25 years. He has been on leave since being caught at the parlor.
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