Osaka strip club busted for providing prostitution services
News On Japan via Tokyo Reporter -- Sep 25
Osaka prefectural police on Monday raided strip club Juso Music for providing customers with sexual services. Kazuo Saito, 46, the manager of the club, was among 11 employees taken into custody for allowing customers to pay for separate sexual services as dispensed by female dancers in a private room.
Juso Music charges 6,000 yen for entry, with 2,000-yen discounts being available to students, seniors, and handicapped patrons. Additional "dance tickets" could be purchased for 1,000 yen. Five tickets allowed customers to enter the private room for a 10-minute period.
Dancers also removed their underpants if a customer purchased a separate 200-yen ticket.
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