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Unlicensed massage therapist from Kew Gardens Hills arrested for groping 16-year-old client

Bing Yue (Photo: NCPD)

Nov. 15, 2017 By Tara Law

An unlicensed massage therapist from Kew Gardens Hills was arrested last week for groping a 16-year-old girl while he was giving her a massage, police said.

Bing Yue, 31, made sexual contact with the teen while giving her a massage while working at Gogo Foot in Massapequa, Long Island, at around 4:40 pm Thursday, police said.

The victim ran out of the spa and contacted the police.

Yue was charged with sexual abuse, forcible touching and performing an unlicensed massage.

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