Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Prince Harry 'naked for long time'

Prince Harry

Britain's Prince Harry was naked for a "long time" at the party that landed him in hot water.

The royal made headlines earlier this month when he was snapped in the nude after playing a game of strip billiards in his Las Vegas hotel suite.

Harry was reportedly oblivious to the scandal surrounding his actions.

"He was naked for a long time at the party He didn't seem to care what he did," a woman at the bash told US Weekly.

The 27-year-old prince reportedly "had two things in his sights: vodka and women," fellow Vegas party-goer Melissa Vagner added to the publication.

A host of celebrities have commented on the scandalous photos. Sharon Osbourne recently reacted to the risqué pictures on a US TV show.

"He has got a really, really good personality. How fabulous to be a prince, to be handsome, to have a big old schlong and throw it all over the place," she joked. "I do not know whether the picture was enhanced, but it looks quite fabulous.

"I don't think she [Britain's Queen Elizabeth II] would be very happy"

Meanwhile, staff at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas have been warned to keep quiet about the scandal. Steve Wynn personally notified employers at the luxury hotel that anyone caught talking to media about the prince would be fired.

"Staff members at the Wynn have been reminded once more to keep their mouths shut about anything Prince Harry related," a source told Radar Online. "It's against hotel policy to discuss guests normally, but Steve thought it was best to let staff know that anyone caught talking about what happened that night will be reprimanded.

"He's warned them they will lose their jobs if they are suspected of blabbing to the press and he will make sure they never work in Vegas again."

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