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Police start probe into alleged sex racket in Noida

Press Trust of India  |  Noida 

The Police, based on a complaint, has launched a probe into an alleged sex racket being run in a spa in the area.

The police have initiated the probe on a complaint by Mumbai-resident Kumar Prasan, who claims to be a film-maker, Sector 20 Police Station officer Anil Kumar Sahi said.



The complainant has said he had come to yesterday and got the phone number of the spa from a website, the officer said.

"Prasan claimed that when he called the spa they told him that he would be charged Rs 2,500 for a full body massage. On reaching, he was taken to a room by two woman," Sahi said.

The complainant claimed that after a while the woman started demanding Rs 5,000 for physical relation, he said

"In his complaint, he said the spa manager had asked him not to report the incident," Sahi said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Police start probe into alleged sex racket in Noida

The Noida Police, based on a complaint, has launched a probe into an alleged sex racket being run in a spa in the area. The police have initiated the probe on a complaint by Mumbai-resident Kumar Prasan, who claims to be a film-maker, Sector 20 Police Station officer Anil Kumar Sahi said. The complainant has said he had come to Noida yesterday and got the phone number of the spa from a website, the officer said. "Prasan claimed that when he called the spa they told him that he would be charged Rs 2,500 for a full body massage. On reaching, he was taken to a room by two woman," Sahi said. The complainant claimed that after a while the woman started demanding Rs 5,000 for physical relation, he said "In his complaint, he said the spa manager had asked him not to report the incident," Sahi said. The Police, based on a complaint, has launched a probe into an alleged sex racket being run in a spa in the area.

The police have initiated the probe on a complaint by Mumbai-resident Kumar Prasan, who claims to be a film-maker, Sector 20 Police Station officer Anil Kumar Sahi said.

The complainant has said he had come to yesterday and got the phone number of the spa from a website, the officer said.

"Prasan claimed that when he called the spa they told him that he would be charged Rs 2,500 for a full body massage. On reaching, he was taken to a room by two woman," Sahi said.

The complainant claimed that after a while the woman started demanding Rs 5,000 for physical relation, he said

"In his complaint, he said the spa manager had asked him not to report the incident," Sahi said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Police start probe into alleged sex racket in Noida

The Police, based on a complaint, has launched a probe into an alleged sex racket being run in a spa in the area.

The police have initiated the probe on a complaint by Mumbai-resident Kumar Prasan, who claims to be a film-maker, Sector 20 Police Station officer Anil Kumar Sahi said.

The complainant has said he had come to yesterday and got the phone number of the spa from a website, the officer said.

"Prasan claimed that when he called the spa they told him that he would be charged Rs 2,500 for a full body massage. On reaching, he was taken to a room by two woman," Sahi said.

The complainant claimed that after a while the woman started demanding Rs 5,000 for physical relation, he said

"In his complaint, he said the spa manager had asked him not to report the incident," Sahi said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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