Cops put a man’s non-sexual massage on video. Now he’s suing.

He says he went to a massage parlor, got undressed, and received a rubdown from a licensed therapist. Only he didn’t know then about a secret spy camera in the private room.

But it wasn’t a creepy criminal making the video recording — it was the cops. Jupiter police filmed dozens of massages over five days in January for a prostitution sting, which ensnared New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Yet an unknown number of those massages caught on camera apparently weren’t at all sexual. And now one of the men who had a legal message at Orchids of Asia Day Spa is suing, with more innocent clients of the business expected to follow.

On Monday, a Jupiter resident known only as “John Doe” filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the police department and State Attorney Dave Aronberg.