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Three people are facing prostitution-related charges after police busted a Gatineau massage parlour operating in the same building as a daycare. Police arrested two women aged 25 and 30, as well as a man in his 60s at a bawdy house operating under the name Acqua Relaxation Spa in unit on Greber Boulevard.
Police discovered the massage parlour was rigged with cameras. Someone off-site was watching -- and had the ability to record. Police believe customers weren't notified that the cameras existed and the sessions were being recorded. Isabelle Poirier of the Gatineau police. A daycare operator who offered child care in a separate unit just down the hall said she couldn't believe what was going on next door. A woman named Tiffany who claims to be a former employee wrote on an online review board that camera and video equipment at the massage parlour was used to keep an eye on the women and their clients.
CTV Ottawa reached Tiffany by phone, but she declined comment. An Ontario judge recently struck down Canada's anti-prostitution laws, saying they were unconstitutional and dangerous to sex-trade workers. The government is appealing that decision.
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