Masseuse Denied Client "Happy Ending," So He Took Matters Into His Own Hands, Cops Say

After being denied a “happy ending” at a South Carolina massage business, an aggrieved customer took matters into his own hands, according to cops who are searching for the sexual exposure suspect.

As detailed in a police report, the suspect received a $68 massage and a $20 “table shower” Saturday evening at Tai Chi Massage in Myrtle Beach.

At the conclusion of the treatment, the man asked a masseuse for a “happy ending.” The employee, cops noted, was “unsure of what that meant,” so the suspect “made a stroking/masturbating motion with his hand near his genital area.”

When a “happy ending” was not forthcoming, the man “got upset, put his clothes on” and walked into the lobby of the massage business. The suspect then sat on a bench and “pulled his penis out” and began masturbating in front of the masseuse.

The man demanded that the victim look at him while “he was conducting the sexual act and stated that he wanted a ‘happy ending,’” police allege.

The suspect--who did not pay for the massage and shower--then departed the business and drove away in a red van with North Carolina license plates.

Police describe the masturbator as a white male between the ages of 40 and 50. The suspect, who has shoulder-length hair, weighs between 150 and 170 pounds, and is of average height.