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FRANKLIN SQUARE, L.I. — Two Queens women were arrested in an undercover sting Sunday on Long Island after authorities claimed they prostituted themselves and did not have a massage license to work at a Franklin Square spa, Nassau police said.

Undercover detectives entered the Swan Spa at 719 Hempstead Tnpk. Sunday in Franklin Square, where they allegedly received massages by women who were unlicensed, police said. At the end of the massage, the women allegedly offered sex in exchange for money, police said.

Hong Yao, 41, of 118−60 Metropolitan Ave. in Kew Gardens and 45−year−old Ming Zhu Wang of 42−10 Colden St. in Flushing were arrested in the sting, police said.

Yao was charged with promoting prostitution, prostitution and unauthorized practice while Wang was arrested on prostitution and unauthorized practice charges, police said.

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