PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – A man who thought he was going to get a shoulder massage from a masseuse on Florida’s west coast got a lot more than he bargained for, according to authorities.
According to an arrest report from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, the man walked into a Port Charlotte massage parlor Tuesday night, looked at the prices on the wall, and asked for the $70, 30-minute massage.
Deputies said he gave the masseuse $100 and expected to get $30 back.
But according to the authorities, that was only the first unfulfilled expectation of the night.
Deputies said his masseuse is 47-year-old Qiangwei Dong, who lives in north Miami, according to the arrest report. Her address comes back to a spa on Northeast 123rd Street.
“When they entered the room, the victim was told to strip naked and lie on the bed. The victim did so but found it odd that there was no towel to cover themselves with,” the report reads. “While the victim was undressing, Ms. Dong entered the room.”
MPs said the man asked Dong to focus on his shoulder, which she did after “walking around the room for only about[five]minutes,” but “barely,” prompting the man to “to suspect that this was a scam”.
“After 10 minutes of light massage, Ms. Dong asked the victim to turn on her back,” the report said. “The victim did this and again found it strange because he was completely naked and not covering his genital area.”
Deputies said Dong began massaging the man’s chest but soon moved her hands elsewhere.
She is said to have grabbed his penis and testicles.
“This caught the victim unprepared because they didn’t want to be touched there,” the report said.
Dong is accused of telling the man that if he wanted her to do more sexual favors for her, “it would incur additional costs,” but he told her no and demanded his money back.
“MS. Dong then asked the victim if he wanted to do anything, it would cost him another $100,” authorities wrote. “The victim said again, ‘No, I just want my money back and want to leave.'”
But Dong would not give up, they say. Then she “pulled up a chair and started negotiating prices for sexual favors.”
The man got dressed and, according to MPs, demanded his money back and threatened to “call the police”.
But Dong returned with only $50.
“The victim called 911 and while on the phone with emergency services, the victim stated that Ms. Dong pushed him into a corner of the room with her fists closed and wouldn’t let him go,” the report said. “[She then]pinned him against a wall and still wouldn’t let the victim leave the store. The victim was able to get out of the business but did not get their money back.”
Dong, speaking through a distant translator, told deputies that the man had asked for sexual favors and she told him no, which enraged him.
She told deputies she was “scared of what the victim was going to do” and “fearing for her life,” so she gave the man $50.
But Charlotte County Assemblyman Daulton Brasch said he had a question Dong couldn’t answer.
“I asked Ms. Dong if she feared for her life why didn’t you call the police,” Brasch wrote in the report. “She wouldn’t answer the question and kept telling me the victim was the bad guy and she was scared. Ms. Dong did not want to go into further detail about what had happened.”
Deputies sided with the man and arrested Dong for assault by intentional touching or hitting and an unnatural and lustful act.
State records show that Dong’s license as a massage therapist is listed active with commitments; It was previously suspended after she ran afoul of the law again.
But this suspension had nothing to do with her career.
The state noted that Dong demonstrated “a lack of sound judgment and a total disregard for the safety of others” when she pleaded no contest after fleeing a Collier County deputy at more than 100 miles per hour after he tried to restrain her on Interstate 75 in March 2018 after she sped past him at 110 mph.
She pleaded no objection in the case, court records show.
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