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Police in Kwun Tong arrested 1 woman and the person in charge of a massage place was ticketed for violating Chapter 599F

2022-11-29T12:51:55.367Z

The Kwun Tong Police District Special Duty Team and the Miscellaneous Investigation Team launched a joint anti-vice operation in Furen Street, Muk Wah Street, Hong Ning Road and How Ming Street in Kwun Tong from morning to evening today (29th). exist



The Kwun Tong Police District Special Duty Team and the Miscellaneous Investigation Team launched a joint anti-vice operation in Furen Street, Muk Wah Street, Hong Ning Road and How Ming Street in Kwun Tong from morning to evening today (29th). A 59-year-old local woman surnamed Wei was arrested on Wuhua Street on suspicion of "instigating others to commit immoral acts" and a batch of evidence was seized in a nearby unit, including condoms, wet wipes and lubricating oil.


The Miscellaneous Investigation Team of Kwun Tong Police District raided a massage establishment on How Ming Street and found that the establishment had not been maintained in accordance with the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F) The results of the rapid antigen test met the legal requirements within 3 days, and it was found that some customers had not scanned the "travel with peace of mind". A 67-year-old female customer issued a fixed penalty notice, and the 67-year-old person in charge of the local venue surnamed Li will be charged with a ticket.


The Special Duty Team of Kwun Tong Police District arrested a 59-year-old local woman surnamed Wei on Wuhua Street on suspicion of "instigating others to commit immoral acts".

(Photo provided by the police)

The police stated that the solicitation of prostitution in public places is one of the key targets of the Kwun Tong Police District. Officers will continue to monitor the situation and take strict enforcement actions.

It also appeals to the public to be considerate of themselves and others, and strictly abide by the "Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance" to help control the epidemic.

The police will continue to step up inspections and take decisive enforcement actions against offenders to reduce the risk of virus transmission.

According to the "Massage Establishments Ordinance" Chapter 266 of the Laws of Hong Kong, any person who operates, manages, manages, assists in the management or assists in any capacity in operating any massage establishment without a valid operating license is guilty of an offense and is liable to a maximum fine of 50,000 upon conviction Yuan and imprisonment for 6 months.

Source: hk1

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