Prince Harry Nude Scandal: New Ad Denounces 'Exploiters,' Decrees What Happens in Vegas Should Stay in Vegas (PHOTO)
Clearly someone forgot that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, when they snapped a picture of Prince Harry and his Royal hinie last week.
Well, now, according to a hilarious new ad, that person must be punished.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is making the most out of the incident, in which the younger prince, 27, was photographed butt-naked with a woman after playing a game of strip billiards in his hotel suite.
So how is Las Vegas coming out on top of the Prince’s nude scandal?
On Friday, exactly one week since Harry had his late-night romp inside the Wynn Encore Hotel, the LVCA launched a proclamation against those who revealed the red-headed prince’s partying ways.
“FOR SHAME! To those who traded in their pledge to their Las Vegas brethren, we deplore you," the ad says.
The ad calls for Vegas partiers to “join the cause” to ban those who cannot keep their Vegas silence.
"We are calling on you, the defenders of what happens in Vegas staying in its rightful place -- in Vegas.
“We are asking for a shun on those exploiters of Prince Harry.
“We shall boycott partying of any kind with them. No bottle service. No bikini clad girls. No Bucatini from Batali.
“In other words, we will no play with them anymore.”
Cathy Tull, senior vice president of marketing for the LVCVA, explained why her organization came up with the ad.
“Las Vegas is a place to celebrate adult freedom, freedom that even celebrities and royals can enjoy,” she said.
“For everyone’s sake, it’s important that ‘What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.’ However, in moments of enthusiasm, actually keeping memories in Las Vegas takes commitment.
"Today’s ad was a cheeky reminder to all our visitors that it’s important to ‘know the code’, and most importantly, ‘protect the code’.”
With a twitter hashtag and a website ready to go, the what happens in Vegas decree is expected to go viral and explode over the Internet.
See a photo of the ad, above.