Police Vs. Massage parlours via Nation – Did the Classifieds get rubbed the wrong way?

OPERATORS OF EXOTIC massage parlours, beware… You may soon find the powerful hands of the Royal Barbados Police Force all over you…

{Editor’s Note – Is this because they no longer use newspapers to hype their businesses? Just curious, not looking to rub the wrong way? 😉 }

That warning has come from the Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith, who has promised that the island’s law enforcers will be turning their attention to those parlours advertising sexual services.

WEEKEND NATION investigations discovered at least two local exotic massage parlours advertising their services on popular social media site Facebook. {Editor's Note - This photo of a Classified was from July, is this the last time Nation Publishing had a request for a print Ad? If so, were they annoyed and decided to see what Police would say? Isn't it odd being this print media entity used to tout Exotic Massage rather akin to a Pimp? :O }

WEEKEND NATION investigations discovered at least two local exotic massage parlours advertising their services on popular social media site Facebook. {Editor’s NoteThis photo of a Classified was from July, is this the last time Nation Publishing had a request for a print Ad? If so, were they annoyed and decided to see what Police would say? Isn’t it odd being this print media entity used to tout Exotic Massage rather akin to a Pimp? }

Bajan Exotics (Escort Barbados) and the Exotic Garden Massage Parlour have boldly advertised a range of sexual “services” that do not stop at massages but include a range of sex acts for hire requesting fees that ranged from $50 to $300.

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