Updated: Friday, 04 Jan 2013, 9:41 PM EST
Published : Friday, 04 Jan 2013, 9:41 PM EST
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) -- Two weeks after Bridgeport police shut down 10 illegal massage parlors, police have made five more arrests after two of the places had opened up again.
Police say the places were back up and running and when they went in there were naked clients inside.
Police say the places are fronts for prostitution.
The two massage parlors that reopened were Chate'au, at 2662 Fairfield Ave., and Kay's Hong Kong, at 604 North Ave.
At Chate'au, police found a naked 64-year-old Ansonia man. The manager Fengstan Han, 44, and Jaehul Hwang, 42, were arrested, who both apparently lived at the spa according to police.
At Kay's Hong Kong, police arrested manager Kumyob Dunford-Harris, 63, Chun Hee Hwang, 49, who apparently lived at the spa and Bok Duk Park, 48, of Flushing, NY.
Investigators found Park naked in a room with a 76-year-old Wesport man who was also naked.
Hwang was found in a room with a 48-year-old Cheshire man.