Yesterday I went to a massage parlor. I took off my clothes in one room and also left my wallet in that room. Then I went to another room to briefly be given a table shower. Being away from my wallet for a few minutes, I decided to dash back to the prior room in fear that it had been tampered with. There was no sign this had happened -- no money gone, all in the same place. The proprietor also said quite vehemently that she had not touched my wallet. And then I brought it back to the table shower room.
During the table shower the masseuse asked if I wanted a hand job. I declined.
We then returned to the prior room. Yes, I was completely naked. When I turned on my back, my front facing forward, the masseuse asked, "What do you want? Everything?" as she stroked my thigh. Mostly I nodded my head no, though I said I was tempted. But I kept turning my head and said "no, no, no." She massaged my chest and nipple area too, but again, she never touched my penis. And then I called an end to it. It just felt very uncomfortable.
For what it's worth, I parked two blocks from the venue so there's no chance anyone from there would spot my license plate. But I am wondering:
- Does the owner indeed have my name and address? Really, why would she want that as it would also implicate her business?
- More importantly, can that information alone be used against me to pursue criminal
- Having declined sex, would the masseuse and owner be mad at me and then pursue an arrest? Again, I think not but I worry.