PHOTOS: Facebook fans pay homage to Prince Harry’s wild romps with naked salutes

Brits sure do love their royals.

Prince Harry may be getting a royal scolding from Buckingham Palace for his Vegas mischief, but people on Facebook are banding together to show support for the naked royal.

After his recent trip to Vegas, racy photos of the Prince — who apparently lost in a game of strip billiards — surfaced online showing him completely naked in the company of at least one topless woman in a hotel room. Now, rumors are circulating that there is also a video being shopped around that shows much, much more of the prince’s nude adventures in Vegas.

While his father, Prince Charles, brother, Prince William, and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, are reportedly furious with Harry over the scandal, he has garnered quite the following of Facebook fans who are showing support by taking his lead — and stripping down.

The Facebook page “Support Prince Harry with a naked salute!” calls on people to, well, salute — nakedly:

If you have served or are serving in the military I want to see a naked salute in support of Prince Harry uploaded on this group at some stage this bank holiday weekend *NOW OPEN TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SHOW SUPPORT*, please cover your crown jewels, tag yourself in your photo as proof of your support to the nations favourite Royal!

Hundreds of people obliged, uploading photos of themselves saluting in the buff, along with messages of support for Prince Harry, who is undoubtedly snickering about the page, sprawled out on a leather couch behind a laptop somewhere.

Here are some of his loyal supporters:

(Photos via Facebook)


(via Daily Dot)


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