Friday, March 31, 2023

“Pork haram, but not ‘massage’?” Female masseur shares how a male customer offered her RM50 to ‘massage’ his genitals

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Despite the anti-sexual harassment bill being passed at the Dewan Rakyat recently, sexual harassment is still rampant in the country.

Recently, a female employee who is working at a massage parlour has taken to TikTok to share how a male customer had repeatedly requested her to ‘massage’ his genitals and offered her an extra fee to do so.

At the time of writing, the TikTok video has gone viral online, garnering over 1.9 million views.

According to TikTok user @sis_ren07, she explained that she was performing an aroma body massage on the male customer and it requires him to wear only his underwear as oil will be applied on his body.

However, midway through the session, the customer suddenly asked the user if she is willing to ‘massage’ his genitals.

“I told him that we do not provide such services and that the massage parlour is of high standards.”

“However, he kept on begging me to do it and even offered me an extra RM50 as tips,” she said, adding that he continue pleading until she lost her patience.

Source: Klook

The user then asked the customer, “Do you eat pork, sir?”, to which he answered, “How can I eat pork? It’s haram (forbidden)!”

Capitalising on his response, the user challenged the customer and questioned him, “Why do you deem eating pork as haram but not massaging your genitals?”

The customer went silent for a moment but continued persuading her to do so.

Meanwhile, some netizens accused her of making up the story to attract viewers online. The user then posted a follow-up video to address the accusations.

“There were many who said that I would’ve taken the money if the customer decided to offer RM100, RM500, or even RM1,000. They also speculated that I had taken the customer’s RM50 beforehand but decided to say something entirely different on TikTok.”

“In reality, I have friends who have encountered such customers, where they first offer RM100 before increasing the amount up to RM1,000. Indeed, I cannot deny that there are such customers out there.”

“However, if you are a person with dignity, you will not accept the money, no matter if it’s in the thousands, millions, or even billions,” she said.

She then urged netizens to think twice before judging others on social media.

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