A man who filmed a massage with a masseuse has said she didn’t know what she was doing when she filmed it.
In an interview with the Toronto Star, the woman said she was only 18 when she agreed to do the massage for a client in her apartment.
She said she thought the massage would be relaxing.
But after the massage, she says she began to feel dizzy, lost her balance and was unable to walk.
She says she was then taken to a nearby hospital for an evaluation.
The woman told the Star that she went to the ER with a cut on her left cheek.
“It was swollen and it was a red mark, it looked like there had been a bruise,” she told the newspaper.
“I just thought, ‘Oh, my gosh, what happened?’
And then I thought about it, and I realized what was going on.
I thought, maybe this isn’t normal.”
When her doctor diagnosed her with pneumonia, she told him she was dehydrated.
She says she went home, and the next day, her blood pressure rose and she was admitted to hospital.
The doctor diagnosed pneumonia, too, and ordered her to undergo tests to confirm it.
She said the tests revealed she had pneumonia.
She told the paper that after she recovered, she went back to the apartment and recorded the massage.
She called it “an incredibly beautiful moment,” and that she had a strong desire to share it with others.
“I am so glad I had this opportunity,” she said.
“It has opened my eyes to the world.”
The woman was interviewed for a second time by the Toronto Sun this week.
She told the publication she had told her parents and the people at the massage house, but was afraid to talk about what she’d seen.
She’s still in hospital, and is now recovering in a rehabilitation centre.