Man accused of strangling massage parlor worker with extension cord

Surveillance cameras at an Oakland Park massage parlor recorded the killing of an employee, whose body was found with an extension cord wrapped around her neck.

The homicide was described in court documents filed Thursday in the case against Jacob Alex Fought, 31.

On March 21, cameras recorded Daying Li, 45, working alone at the Bing Bing massage parlor, sweeping the floors.

Fought rode a bicycle to the business at 771 W. Oakland Park Blvd., the Broward Sheriff’s Office said. He went inside, looked around and physically attacked and strangled Li, an arrest report said.

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