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Popular Massage Parlour in Subang Jaya Raided By Police Officers During Ops Noda


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On 13 March, a team of police from Subang Jaya’s D7 BSJD Branch has carried out a raid on a well-known massage parlour located in Subang Jaya during their Ops Noda operations, as reported by Polis Daerah Subang Jaya.

According to the post, the police officers have taken legal actions on the custodian for carrying out the business premise without a valid business license.

SERBUAN OP NODA (PREMIS URUT TANPA LESEN)Subang Jaya – Sepasukan polis dari Cawangan D7 BSJD Subang Jaya menjalankan…

Posted by POLIS DAERAH SUBANG JAYA on Friday, March 12, 2021

The person was arrested for further investigation and the massage parlour has been closed since then.


Malaysians pointing out how D7 was involved

Since news of the raid went around, netizens couldn’t help but discuss about the case, highlighting the massage parlour located inside a mall was raided under Ops Noda.

Additionally, in case you didn’t know, D7 is the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division of PDRM.

Social media users wondered how the parlour that was operating without a valid business license was able to operate this long under the authorities’ noses. However, there’s no information to confirm those allegations.

Currently the case is under investigation.

Let us know what are your thoughts in the comment section!

Also read: 64yo Grandmother of 29 Grandchildren Arrested In Melaka For Possession of Drugs

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