Jalan PJU 8/1, in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Photo: Google Maps

Eleven foreign women, from various countries, were arrested by police for allegedly providing prostitution services in drinking clubs and a massage parlor in Selangor, Malaysia, on Wednesday night.

At 10:30pm on January 17, two drinking clubs and a massage parlour in Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, were raided during a special operation named Ops Noda, China Press reports.

Police intercepted 11 women, from Thailand, Indonesia and China, four Indian men and a Bangladeshi national in two drinking clubs and one massage parlor.

The men are alleged to be managers of the raided outlets.

The police also confiscated 1,357 ringgit (US$343) in cash and 10 cash receipts during the operation.

Earlier, a man of Chinese ethnicity was arrested at a bar, located on PJU 8/1, which was found to have no liquor license.

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