REUTERS: An illegal brothel is operating in rooms above the Premier of New South Wales' Nathan Rees's Sydney electorate office, Reuters has confirmed.
The business describes itself as a therapeutic massage centre but when Reuters visited three times a week over the last two years, we were offered sexual services starting at $20.
Sometimes, with the Premier possibly working directly below, Reuters journalists have undergone a massage, before being asked if they wished to have their handbrake adjusted for a further $20. It is understood that not only were massage staff willing to play the one string melody for clients, for a little extra, were willing to ride the skin bus into Tuna Town.
Reuters' revelations are understood to have caused the Premier to make a complaint to Blacktown City Council which may force the operation to close down.
At going to press, operators of the Tiantian Chinese Massage Shop could not confirm where they would move to, but promised to email Reuters journalists as soon as details become available.