Malay teen girls trading bodies on FB

   Jun 11, 7:32 pm

Kuala Lumpur, June 11 (ANI): Young Malaysian girls have taken to Facebook to promote what they term as " compensated dating ".

According to Sin Chew Daily, there were numerous postings from such girls, who gave personal details, terms and conditions and the services provided, including sex, Star Online reported..

An 18-year-old from Johor, "daringly posted her photographs" for prospective customers to make comments and also listed 10 conditions for her services.

The girl, who works alone, claimed that she was doing it to pay off her debts.

She also threatened that if any client broke the appointment, she would post his contact details on a public "blacklist" to alert other girls.

She does not provide chatting service and cybersex. Her fee ranges from RM300 per hour to RM650 per night, which includes the hotel room charge. (ANI)

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