Police in Eastpointe, Michigan, recently shut down a massage parlor that was offering more than just massages. To make matters worse, this wasn't their first offense.

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For the second time in three years, police shut down "Bella Touch Massage" in a strip mall at the corner of 10 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue.

Police got word from the community that there was more than just massages happening on the inside. From what we understand, customers would initially come in for a legitimate massage, but afterward, employees would offer sexual services.

According to WDIV, an undercover officer from the Eastpointe police was sent in to investigate, and he was also offered sexual favors. This prompted the police to take action and shut down the establishment.

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As you can imagine, Bella Touch Massage has amazing reviews. We now know why.

Google Review:

OMG!!! Awesome and amazing massage!!! For me, it's always hard to find with hard pressure but this massage therapist worked so hard on each trigger point!!!

That guy seemed a little too excited about his massage.

Google Review:

Amazing massage! First time getting hot stone treatment on my back and masseuse walked on my back and that felt nice. The best part was getting a massage by the manager and masseuse at the same time.

Google Review:

Always so polite and such soft hands. Thanks for always taking care of my back and neck when I come in.

Alongside facing criminal prosecution, the business is also being referred to the city’s building department for the revocation of its operating license.

A happy ending? Not for this massage parlor.

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