That caused this woman, a licensed masseuse, to take action.
"After seeing it, I went online to the Texas department of health website to look and see if he was actually licensed," says Mazy.
Her results were shocking.
"He wasn't a licensed massage therapist and I also looked the place he worked at and it wasn't a licensed establishment by the state of Texas either," she explains.
To Kathleen, it's a tragic incident that will not only haunt the victim but also the industry.
"It really hurts our reputation in the industry having people like that working out in the field," she says.
It's a profession that is extremely time consuming.
"To be a message therapist in Texas, you have to have a 500 hour program that is licensed by the state," explains Mazy.
Unfortunately, those without a license have the power to ruin it for the rest.
"I hope people don't decide to not get massages because of the incident that happened. But I hope that they educate themselves," she says.
The first thing you should look for when walking into a massage establishment should be located somewhere very prominent, right when you're walking into the place. This is the license issued by the state and it tells you that the state has certified the place, it's a safe place to be and you're free to walk in.
But, sometimes it's OK to judge a book by it's cover.
"If it doesn't look reputable when you walk in, walk out," says Mazy.
And don't forget who is giving you the massage.
"Look at your therapist. If they don't look professional and they give you that weird, creepy feeling, walk away," says Mazy.
The bottom line is to trust your instinct, you may thank yourself in the end.