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Police Investigating 'Naked Hair Salon' in Moscow

A scantily-clad woman giving a haircut at a Moscow hairdresser in 2000.

Police are conducting checks into a Moscow hair salon for allegedly employing naked women to give hair cuts and perform sexual services on clients, the Moskva news agency reported.

A video taken with a secret camera and published by some media outlets earlier this week shows a female hairdresser removing her clothes before proceeding to trim a clients' hair, the report said Tuesday.

Investigators are currently analyzing the footage and will decide whether or not to pursue a criminal investigation based on their conclusions, a police spokesperson told the Moskva news agency.

The investigation was prompted after police received a complaint from representatives of an autism therapy center located in the same building as the alleged “naked hair salon,” the report said.

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