This has to be one of the most ridiculous stories I've ever heard. A woman went to a massage parlor and her male therapist gave her what she asked for. Now she's pissed and making a stink of it. Why? She thought he was gay and he's not.
A 20-year-old Jersey City woman said she consented to having her breasts and buttocks massaged at a downtown Jersey City health club because she believed her male massage therapist was gay. But after she was informed that he in fact has a girlfriend, she filed a police complaint alleging sexual criminal contact. But it seems that the masseur, a 30-year-old Jersey City resident, never purported to be gay--he appeared "shocked" to learn of the complaint.
I'll admit my knowledge of women's breasts is, shall we say, a little lacking. Since they're not made of muscle, I had to look and see if there's a reason to massage them. Apparently there is.
Why do people always assume that massage therapists get off on working on their clients? Just because the guy is straight doesn't mean he's not a professional. Doctors and massage therapists regularly see their patients nude; it comes with the territory. Maybe she's seen too many Adam Sandler movies?