massage parlour danger!
I write to highlight a frightening story I heard from a massage parlour friend while on business in Taiwan.
This is what I was told:
A man in his forties, went to his usual massage session by his favourite masseuse, expecting a good massage and a little XTRA from his favourite and scantily clad masseuse. As usual, the man chatted up the masseuse. 5 minutes into the massage, he was sound asleep with his face in the hole.
On that fateful day, business was brisk, there were far too many customers that particular masseuse needed handle. She was tired.
As usual, the masseuse applied essential oil on her palms and went around the man's favourite whole body massage. Next, she climbed up and stood with her two feet on the back of the man with both her hands holding onto two bars overhead for balance. Using her feet to press and do the real massaging job to the delight of the man. Suddenly, her oily hands slipped and she lost her balance. In a split second, she fell like a piano and sat momentarily on the man, her whole body weight sank right at the man's waistline. The man screamed in great pain on impact and passed out. When he gained consciousness and sweat profusely, he was paralised waist down and suffered a serious internal injuries.
The next time you visit a masseuse, don't be a hero, never allow her to stand on your back! A good masseuse would sit on your back and do you like a mamak does a "roti chanai" dough.
Last edited by uchangeng; 01-05-2003 at 08:39 PM.