AN expat masseuse has turned down the opportunity to do what teenage girls throughout Britain and America would probably be willing to kill for.
For when British-Irish pop sensation One Direction visited the Pangea nightclub in Puerto Banus, Michelle Honeker refused to massage them because they ‘looked too young’.
“No way was I going to put my hands on their wee bodies, it would just be weird!” said the 27-year-old Scott, who works as a beautician at the club.
“Someone pointed out Zayn Malik and I was like, ‘What? He looks about 14!’”
Despite being offered €100 to rub down the teenage pin-ups – whose ages actually range from 18-20 – Honeker refused to budge.
“I don’t know if the One Direction boys were upset at the knock-back, but to be honest it doesn’t matter.
“Celebrities don’t impress me, they are the same as everyone else. If I don’t want to touch someone then I shouldn’t have to,” she added.
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