The massage parlor was accused of operating a prostitution establishment. Cai Zhanpeng: 4 to 5 private visits without receiving sexual services

The massage parlor was accused of operating a prostitution establishment. Cai Zhanpeng: 4 to 5 private visits without receiving sexual services

The massage parlor was accused of operating a prostitution establishment. Cai Zhanpeng: 4 to 5 private visits without receiving sexual servicesThe massage parlor was accused of operating a prostitution establishment. Cai Zhanpeng: 4 to 5 private visits without receiving sexual services

The massage parlor was accused of operating a prostitution establishment. Cai Zhanpeng: 4 to 5 private visits without receiving sexual services

Cai Zhanpeng, the then Director of National Security of the Police Force, was involved in visiting Viet Spa, an unlicensed massage parlor in Wanchai last year. Three women and one man in the massage parlor were subsequently charged with six crimes including managing a prostitution establishment. The case was continued in the Eastern District Court yesterday. Certificate established. When Cai Zhanpeng testified as a defense witness in the afternoon, he admitted that he had visited the massage shop involved about 4 to 5 times in a private capacity, but denied receiving any form of sexual services, and pointed out that no one ever claimed to have sexual services, nor did he think there would be any sexual services. There are related services.

Senior Assistant Commissioner Cai Zhanpeng, who is currently in charge of the Personnel and Training Division of the Police Force, said that when the police raided the Viet Spa on March 19 last year, he was in the room with a woman, but did not accept sexual services. He mentioned that he visited the massage parlor for the first time in the middle of the previous year, but he could not remember the total number of times. “Maybe several times, maybe 4 to 5 times.” Masseuse, “same” service, 1 hour stay.

The defense asked if Cai was aware of the massage parlour offering sexual services. Cai said no one had ever made relevant advice to him, and there was no word or suggestion that the restaurant would provide sexual services. When asked if he had any reason to believe that the massage parlor provided sexual services, Cai said, “I don’t know”, and emphasized that he went to the massage parlor as a private person, which had nothing to do with the position of the director of national security at the time. They had not been investigated and had no knowledge of the police raid. The prosecution asked Cai if there was any way to confirm whether the massage parlor was licensed or not. Cai pointed out that there was no way to confirm whether the massage parlor was licensed before the visit. The knowledge and belief in the massage parlor were all based on personal judgment, and observations were only made. Limited to public areas and the rooms they go to. He also did not know what kind of services other masseuses provide to others.

Cai Zhanpeng gave testimony for about 15 minutes yesterday. The case was adjourned to September 23 for closing arguments. The charges allege that the three female defendants are each charged with one count of managing a prostitution establishment, and two of them are charged with one count of managing an unlicensed massage parlour; while the male defendant is charged with operating a prostitution establishment and operating a massage without a valid operating license. hospital.

Originally published on AM730 https://www.am730.com.hk/local/massage parlour accused of operating a prostitution establishment – Cai Zhanpeng – 4 to 5 private visits – no sexual service/333990?utm_source=yahoorss&utm_medium=referral

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