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It's a haven of sin in the most unsuspecting of places - bursting with sex clubs, 'erotic massage parlours' and a super-sized adult store. Far from the bright lights of the big city, the industrial western Sydney suburb of Rydalmere has become an X-rated fantasyland for the city's working class.
Daily Mail Australia visited the suburb on Tuesday to hear from locals after a twisted alleged incident at Aarows Nightclub, one of the area's most popular establishments. The industrial western Sydney suburb of Rydalmere has become an X-rated fantasyland pictured, 'erotic massage parlour' named Yokos. Far from the bright lights of the big city, Rydalmere is bursting with sex clubs and adult stores pictured. On the main strip of Rydalmere there are a number of brothels, including a venue named Lipstick pictured.
Daily Mail Australia visited the suburb on Tuesday after an incident last month in the Aarow 'gay, bi and swingers' social club'. A year-old man was charged after he allegedly poured hydrochloric acid in a lubricant dispenser pictured with the intent to harm. Police and news crews swarmed the premises last month after Hengky Irawan, 62, allegedly attempted to sabotage a lubricant dispenser inside the '24 hour gay, bi and swingers' social club'.
Detectives allege he poured hydrochloric acid in a lubricant dispenser with intent to harm. But the alleged incident - coming years after a shooting on the premises which was captured in graphic CCTV - doesn't seem to have affected foot traffic.
It blows me away'. He said the street front was packed with cars every weekend and said the establishment was largely frequented by tradesmen and businessmen. Often he would see men walk up the street and suddenly duck down the driveway - 'blokes you wouldn't pick', he said. Freshly washed bed sheets hang to dry in the concrete backyard of an erotic massage parlour. A local businessman said the street front of Aarows night club was packed with cars every weekend and the establishment was largely frequented by tradesmen and businessmen.