TROY (WWJ) – A 31-year-old woman has been charged with prostitution following a bust at a massage parlor in Troy.

According to Troy police, officers on Nov. 14 were conducting an inspection of the licensed facility — in Maplewood Plaza in the 1700 block of Rochester Road — when they discovered a female employee performing “a sex act” on a client.

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Police say the woman, identified as a resident Flushing, New York, does not hold a license to practice massage. She was arrested and charged with Prostitution and Massage License Ordinance Violation. Her name was not immediately released.

The customer, a 56-year-old Clinton Township man, was issued a Misdemeanor Citation for Frequenting a House of Ill Fame and was released at the scene.

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Posted on various websites, ads for the business made promises that may have clued in authorities that something was amiss.

They included: “Cold outside, warm here with 5 super sweet caring beauties!”, “Super sweet gorgeous girls on their 20s, with skillful hands!”, “Our beautiful and professional lady will provide what you need” , “All young girls, super good massage, no rush” and “100000% satisfy.”

Ads promised a discreet location, discreet parking and semi truck parking; while one noted, “We take cash only baby.”

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Police said the establishment’s license has been suspended due to the illegal activity.