Beds at the parlour were for staff to sleep in and there was no proof they were for illegal sexual activities, according to high profile lawyer Patti Chong.
The City of Mandurah took Kelvyn Kit Wing Chong to court on two counts of contravening the provisions of a planning scheme. The allegation was that beds at the business premises and a sign were in breach of town planning rules.
Mr Chong was convicted in his absence, after pleading not guilty to the charges and after several vacated hearing dates.
Ms Chong defended Mr Chong and said the ‘activity alleged’