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can you be arrested for going to massage parlor

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Simply going to a massage parlor is not a crime. Neither is paying for an actual, legitimate massage. Paying for a "massage" where a sexual act is performed, however, could get you arrested, and such "massage parlors" are often targets of police investigations and stings.


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