SEATTLE -- Over 200 men were arrested in a ten-day massage parlor sex-sting in Seattle's University District this month.
The Seattle Times reports 204 men were captured between July 5 and July 14. More than $22,000 was also seized -- money the men paid to undercover officers.
Seattle police said it was the first operation of its kind in the city. They set up the sting inside a massage parlor they shut down in the spring after an undercover investigation into prostitution there.
Police say the owner of the building "was horrified" when she learned what had been happening there and agreed to let detectives set up the sting.