That’s what the parents of a polytechnic student were told by the wellness centre worker who is suspected of giving their son the sexually-transmitted disease, Syphilis.
The 19-year-old was introduced to the wellness centre masseuse by a friend.
Flirting on WeChat soon saw him visit her for massage-cum-masturbation sessions.
Each session cost S$100, and he would get a massage and a hand-job by the masseuse.
That soon progressed to sex.
According to the poly student’s grandfather, Mr Tan, he paid S$400 for each sex session.
Three weeks after his trysts with the masseuse, Mr Tan said his grandson complained of pain and itchiness down under.
“We went to a doctor and the doctor said he had contracted syphilis.”
Mr Tan said that the student’s father learnt about what had happened and checked his bank statements.
After the overcoming the shock of discovering that his son had spent over S$1000 on the masseuse’s special services, he confiscated his son’s bank ATM card.
Mr Tan said that the student’s parents then went to the wellness centre and confronted the masseuse, but they were met with an air of nonchalance.
“She acted as though there was nothing wrong. She even aggressively said that he ‘ownself ask for it’ and was a willing party. She also openly talked about how he wanted to have sex with her.”
The family has made a police report regarding the incident.
Mr Tan says he wants to share this incident so others will not fall prey to flirty massage girls.
“The family was very angry and embarrassed. We feel such businesses are out to harm people, especially young people who are still immature and easily led astray.”
The wellness centre, located in the central part of Singapore, appears to have shut its operations 2 days ago.