A Las Vegas Raiders-themed brothel will be developed by prostitution kingpin Dennis Hof.
Entrepreneur Dennis Hof is ready to welcome the NFL to Sin City with a nevada Raiders brothel.
Who owns the Bunny Ranch and numerous other brothels in Nevada is hoping to capitalize the NFL franchise off moving from Oakland to Las vegas, nevada within the next couple of years. Hof is licking his chops at the prospect of having hundreds of wealthy professional football players in Sin City at least eight times a 12 months.
Soon after Raiders owner Mark Davis received approval from the NFL owners to relocate within the coming years, Hof said he would construct the world’s first brothel that is sports-themed 25 kilometers north of Pahrump in Southern Nevada. Prostitution is illegal in Clark County, the home of Las Vegas, but is permitted in neighboring Nye County.
‘What we’re envisioning is girls in Raiders cheerleaders outfits, and sports memorabilia all within the walls,’ Hof told KTNV, Las Vegas’ ABC Information affiliate, in March. ‘Las Vegas gets the worst unlawful hooker issue in the us, and today they’ve got an appropriate alternative.’
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was adamantly in opposition to the Raiders eventually calling Las vegas, nevada home, but he was overruled by 31 for the league’s 32 owners who endorsed Davis’ proposal. Goodell cited concerns over