Prostitution Arrest at Massapequa Park Foot Spa

Five arrest at Fortune Foot Spa.

Five women were arrested at a Massapequa Park Foot store Monday including one who has been charged with prostitution.

The arrests took place at the Fortune Foot Spa at 119 Front Street at 3:30 p.m.

Xuxiang Hong, 36, of Queens, was charged with prostitution and unauthorized practice, while three other Queens women,  Xzan Zhu Chen, 32, Xing Yuhe, 41,  Gaili Shi, 35, and  Mei Yun Zheng, of Manhattan were Charged with unauthorized practice.

Hong faces the prostitution charge for allegedly offering to perform a sex act on an undercover officer.

All five of the women were operating the spa without a license, police said.

Mass Mom October 14, 2012 at 11:06 PM
Open up ur eyes people massapequa is flooded with them...we are working to get them out....
Frank Magno October 15, 2012 at 11:15 AM
The spa is just a facade of the very nature of prostitution they are engaged in. They have the blue book that contains the names of their patrons. The small town would be hell shocked if these names go out in public. Wheres the NOW to protect the rights of these.alleged prostitutes? Its an eye opener for the wives or live in partners of these men that they are still cavemen in the, field of human desires. And, for these women whose vaginas are.dead and dried to make it alive and spicy wet so their husbands will no longer crave to have sex with these young kittens from China.
Robert Demarco October 16, 2012 at 01:59 PM
Some months ago, Newsday did a story on these foot spas, highlighting, I believe, a place in Bellmore. When I first saw the one by the station in Wantagh, my thought was "massage parlor". Then I saw the story in Newsday and decided I am just cynical. Turns out that Newsday did not investigate.
Dick Blair October 19, 2012 at 05:51 AM
From the "Massapequa Post": 'Massapequa Park Village Mayor James Altadonna said the problem came to the attention of the Village by the Massapequa Moms, a local organization of women working for the betterment of the community. “We notified the police department which conducted an investigation and the results speak for themselves,” said Altadonna lauding the Massapequa Moms for their role in getting the establishment shut down. “We are out there doing what we can to protect the public, but this is a reminder that public vigilance is important and that if you see something, say something.” '
Dick Blair October 19, 2012 at 05:56 AM
More from the Massapequa Post: "The property is owned by AJA/KA Realty, LLC at 1180 Hempstead Turnpike, Uniondale. The owner, Keith Azdorian, was not available for comment. The business is listed as being owned by Xiaopeng Zhao of 40-11 209 St., Bayside. Zhao owns another location in Massapequa, Green Tea Spa at 4221 Merrick Road, a building that according to the Nassau County Tax Records is owned by a Gerard Fusaro whose home or business address does not appear on the records."


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