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Prince Harry naked in Vegas

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PHOTOS have emerged allegedly showing Britain's Prince Harry running around a Las Vegas hotel bar naked after playing a game of strip billiards.

Celebrity website TMZ.com published two photos of what it said was Prince Harry getting naked last Friday night after "a raging party in a high rollers hotel suite".

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In one photo, he appears to cup his genitals while a naked woman stands behind him while in another naked photo, taken in a bar, he "bear hugs" a woman.

A Royal Family representative told TMZ.com: "We have no comment to make on the photos at this time."

The partying isn't reported to have stopped there, with Harry also reportedly challenging Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte to an early morning swimming race on Monday after several drinks together, reported E! Online.

 People.com reported that Harry also threw beach balls at bikini-clad girls during his time in Vegas.

"He blew up a few inflatable beach balls and playfully threw them at a few women close by," an onlooker told People's website.

"Most (of) the women returned the favour, and most didn't realise who he was."

Prince Harry, 27, has a wild reputation, but seemed to have curbed his partying ways since joining the military in 2005.

 

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