And while the law doesn't necessarily approve, it's safe to say that it's not that hard on the trade.
Christine Robinson of the Casper Star-Tribune reports:
During a court appearance Thursday, a Korean woman accused of being part of a prostitution operation at Tokyo Massage told her attorney she thought she was going to be executed.
June Wilhelmi, 60, and Kyong Stodolka, 57, were visibly upset during the hearing in Natrona County Circuit Court. They listened to the proceedings through a Korean translator and were occasionally unclear of what was happening.
Judge Michael Patchen later explained to Wilhelmi that the words "executing a search warrant" did not mean she could be put to death.
The Tokyo ('they put the Casp in Casper') Massage business was "long rumored to be more than just a parlor for sore backs" The court heard testimony from one of the regular 'johns' that he had sexual encounters "with 55 women in more than 10 years visiting the massage parlor."
It was not revealed whether or not the parlour accepts gift cards.