Prince Harry Chippendales Job Offer Adds Insult to Injury After Nude Photo Scandal

Prince Harry's very public nude photos scandal has caused him and his family embarrassment over the past week, but now, adding insult to injury, he has received job offers from Chippendales in Las Vegas, and the other from "Playgirl" magazine.

"Chippendales at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino are reaching out to the royal to gauge his interest in being our next guest host," a spokesman told TMZ.

The offer comes after a week of partying in Las Vegas; while the prince had hoped to remain under-the-radar, photos of him surfaced after a night of partying. Buckingham Palace refused to comment on the pictures, but at least two other partygoers have tried to sell their own photos of the naked prince for a high price.

Prince Harry has been in damage control, keeping a low profile, meeting with his father, Prince Charles, and deleting his Facebook account. Yet there is at least one accusation that "something pretty gigantic" could emerge after another week of partying in the British Virgin Islands, according to the Daily Mail.

"Playgirl" publisher Vincent Stevens has admitted, "There's no way in the world that he would ever consider this" when asked about the possibility of Harry posing for the magazine.

However, maybe more for publicity and a bit on tongue-in-cheek humor, the publication has still chosen to offer a "six figure" sum.

While the royal family has made no official comment other than to confirm the photos are authentic, there is one other aspect of Harry's life that could change in light of the photos. He is a commissioned officer in the army and could be demoted for his publicly embarrassing antics.

"He will be reprimanded," a senior military source told Us Weekly. "Officers should never bring the Service into disrepute, whether on or off duty. This display of social misbehavior has raised eyebrows."

"Harry is in big trouble," a royal insider told the Huffington Post. "After the royal wedding and the Olympics, Britain was riding high. An enormous amount of attention paid to both events portrayed the U.K. with class, dignity and respect. Now this fool has shown a side of England that is a total embarrassment."