Oakland Raiders fans may be sad about the teams move to Las Vegas, but it may give them more chance to score off the field than ever before.
Prostitution is legal in parts of Nevada and Hof is hoping his proposed brothel outside of Las Vegas becomes a hangout for Raiders players and staff.
Thank you and all the other older ladies dating younger guys posters who answered this question.Raiders was probably team owner Mark Davis, who just scored 750 million in public funding for a new stadium.Officials say Hof may have violated rules at one of his brothels.Unfortunately I don't know the origin of this phrase but it is fairly common and means "to use as a sexual partner for a while and then leave".And it hes not talking about football.Chief Joseph, Nez Perce Reply With" December 15th, 2005, 08:18 AM #9 Originally Posted by Barmaley Originally Posted by pisces No it's not vulgar.Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the show cause hearing was scheduled for Tuesday, May.
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After the Raiders were given approval by the NFL to move to Las Vegas, renowned brothel owner Dennis Hof announced that hell open a sports-themed bordello called Pirates Booty Sports Brothel in 2020, when the Raiders are expected to begin play in Nevada.
HuffPost Weird News email.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, said Hof, in a statement.Nye County code.20.150 requires every prostitute working in a brothel must have a medical examination performed every seven days.Then the ones who didnt get medically checked, thats really bad.The phrase itself does not carry any references to sex.The Nye County Commission will schedule a show cause hearing today on two code violations involving six prostitutes at the Area 51 Death Valley Cathouse brothel in Amargosa Valley.