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Flushing masseuse had no license: Police

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BROADWAY-FLUSHING — A woman who allegedly gave massages without a license was caught red-handed by undercover officers in Flushing last month, according to a criminal complaint from the Queens district attorney’s office.

On March 20, an undercover officer went into 163-21 Depot Road and was offered a massage for $40 by Soon Che, 44, who is not licensed to give massages by the state, the complaint said.

The undercover officer handed Che money as part of the sting and the alleged mock-masseuse was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a professional title in a crime, the complaint said.

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