The owners of a massage machine in a south-western Houston neighbourhood have launched an investigation after complaints about the use of massage oil on customers.
The owner of the LumiLumi massage parlour, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Texas Tribune the complaints began to surface when a customer started complaining about a massage oil that had not been cleaned properly and that some of the oil was not sterilised.
“He said he was shocked to see so many people coming to the bathroom, so he contacted us to complain,” the owner said.
“He said it’s really disgusting.
He was very upset.
When I went to look at the photos, I found he had a large amount of massage oils on his body.”
The LumiMumi is a massage therapy and personal care service that was opened by a woman from Brazil in 2012.
It has since expanded to offer services to many more customers and is known for its high-quality, low-cost treatments and massage oils.
However, some of its clients have complained that the service is not safe.
In a statement, Lumi Lumi said: “We are horrified by this type of incident, and we are committed to ensuring all our customers are treated with respect and care.
We are working with the local police and are investigating this matter.”
This article was originally published on The Irish Tribune.