The Raiders are moving from Oakland to Las Vegas, and sex purveyor Dennis Hof is among the entrepreneurs who plan to capitalize on Sin City’s new NFL team.
Hof, who we know and love from the “Cathouse” series on HBO, owns sixth brothels in the state of Nevada, the Moonlight Bunny Ranch the most famous. Shortly after NFL owners on Monday voted 31-1 to give the Raiders the green light to relocate to Vegas, he announced plans for his seventh. He’s naming it Pirate’s Booty.
The name Pirate’s Booty, of course, is a nod the Raiders brand, and that’s just the beginning of Hof’s effort to associate his new establishment with the football team.
“I’ve had a license for a seventh brothel near Las Vegas for some time now, but I was waiting for the right time to launch another house of debauchery,” Hof said in a press release (via Las Vegas Sun). “The Raiders coming to Vegas will mean big business for me, so my next sex den will honor the ‘Men in Black’ and their ‘Raider Nation.’”
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Hof plans to open the Booty’s doors in 2020, when the Raiders are expected to play their first season in Vegas.
That’s also when Raiders players and their opponents will be able to celebrate wins or ease the pain of losses by partaking in paid-for but perfectly legal side nookie. And rest assured, Hof will roll out the red carpet for them.
“The VIP section will be exclusively available to Raiders players and other high-profile athletes and staffed with over 20 cheerleader-garbed working girls,” he said.
Hof already promised last October he’ll give 50 percent off for any Raiders players or staffers who enjoy the services at his brothels near Las Vegas.
The Pirate’s Booty VIP section will be named the Darrell Russell Hall of Dames, after the former Raiders standout defensive tackle and infamous Bunny Ranch customer.
The new brothel will be located in Crystal, Nevada, about 90 miles outside of Vegas.