There are several questions that are emerging after the initial shock of the nude photos of Prince Harry have been digested. And one of the major ones, is, what were Harry’s security team doing and how did they allow such an embarrassing incident to happen?
Surely, with experts estimating that British taxpayers spend between 30 million and 100 million pounds ($48 million and $159 million) a year keeping the royals safe, one would think they would have had the common sense to not only stop photos being taken of the prince, but they should have confiscated the guests phones in the first place.
TMZ, which broke the story, say the Royal Family is furious over this massive security blunder.
That’s when Harry’s people dropped the ball.
When the girls entered the room, we’re told the ladies were NOT asked to surrender their phones … an epic failure considering Harry’s well-documented wild side.
As the party fired up, several girls began to snap pics on their cell-phones … and one of Harry’s minders lackadaisically told the women, “awww, come on .. no photos.”
Sources who were there tell TMZ … the minders were asleep at the wheel, enjoying the party more than protecting the Prince from himself.
After more boozing, the clothes came off … and more photos were taken, in plain view of the handlers, yet Harry’s people did nothing.
TMZ spoke with several people in the Las Vegas VIP scene who tell us they see situations like this every day and it could have been easily contained, but as one source put it, “Harry’s team acted like a bunch of amateurs.”
What do you think od Harry’s lacklustre security team?