It’s a common request for anyone who has ever been to a massage parlour to ask their masseuse for a handjob.
If they don’t know who the man is, the man can be easily identified by the sound of his voice and the way he moves his body.
It’s not uncommon for a man to give a woman a massage and then leave after he’s finished, but it can be particularly frustrating when a woman is the one who has to wait.
The Australian government has announced it will introduce a new law to prevent women from being forced to work under the guise of massage, as a way to prevent abuse.
Under the new legislation, men will be banned from working under the pretence of massage after their massage session.
The law will apply to all massage parliment across Australia, but women will be exempt from the new restrictions if they have received an appointment with a massage therapist within the past three years.
“A massage is not a massage if it is performed without the knowledge of the person performing the massage,” a spokeswoman for the Australian Women’s Legal Service said in a statement.
“It is also not a medical massage if a woman’s health, or physical or mental wellbeing, is at risk.”
According to a report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, in the past 12 months, there have been 1,099 massage-related deaths, with up to 1,838 cases resulting in injury.
The legislation will come into effect on July 1, 2018, and will make it illegal for people to be forced to give up their massage sessions without their consent.
It will also give police more powers to investigate people who give massage services to others.