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BEING an undercover brothel investigator who gets paid to have sex might sound like a dream job for some men.
But for Brad, a year-old agent who specialises in getting first hand proof of prostitution, it's a daily reality. Concerned residents or building owners tip councils off if a place looks suspicious, and then investigators are put on the case. The only way to know for sure if a business posing as a "massage parlour" is really operating as a brothel is to send someone in to find out.
And it's not enough for the sleuth to know that sexual services are being offered to customers — they actually have to go through with the act themselves. Brad says the saucy offer is normally made to the client when he's alone in the massage room with the masseuse. He said: "You will go in there and ask for a massage and they may ask, 'Is there anything else that you would like? For the uninitiated, Brad says a "body slide" is where "the masseuse will take her clothes off and just slide face-down on you, so all the way down.
New South Wales - the state in which Sydney is located and where Brad works - decriminalised prostitution in And although brothels were also legalised in New South Wales in , some activities related to sex work are still against the law. These include using premises for prostitution which are advertised as being for massages or sauna baths.
It's also still illegal there to live off the earnings of a prostitute unless you manage a licensed brothel. Sex work is legal in the Australian Capital Territory, where Canberra is situated, but prostitutes are required to register with a state regulator. While brothels are illegal in South Australia and engaging in sex work on the street in Victoria is also prohibited. Councils across Australia concerned about brothels illegally operating in their area need hard evidence to be able to shut dodgy businesses down.