Moonlite Bunny Ranch pitches ad campaign to Limbaugh [VIDEO]

Taylor Bigler | Entertainment Editor

After claims of 45 businesses (and counting) pulling their ads from The Rush Limbaugh show amid the controversy surrounding the host’s comments about Sandra Fluke, at least one business wants to start advertising on the show.

The Moonlite Bunny Ranch, one of Nevada’s legal brothels, has approached the show to start airing an advertisement for the ranch’s, er, services.

After Limbaugh referred to Fluke as a “slut” and a “prostitute”, Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof wants to help Limbaugh redeem himself by running $1 million worth of ads during his radio show.

“We want to give him an opportunity to show that he is not a bad guy…to show that he is not against women or condom usage — because we use thousands of them a month — and that he doesn’t hate prostitutes,” Hof said in an interview with The Daily Caller.

Hof continued: “We want him to say ‘Let’s stand up and say there is nothing wrong with prostitutes as long as its legal, so I’m going to run ads from the Bunny Ranch — if he doesn’t take the ad it’s going to make him look bad.”

Hof said he does not condone Limbaugh’s comments, but that he doesn’t think he is a bad guy.

“Between OxyContin and Viagra maybe there is some crazy combination we don’t know about that is making him run his mouth and say stupid things,” Hof said.

The ad parodies typical hotel ads, with a voiceover announcing the ranch’s amenities:

“Well, with oer 56 years of hips, lips and fingertips, with only the sexiest centerfolds models and triple-x stars, you can spank my bottom that it’s it’s the best money you’ll ever spend.”

The narrator suggests that you can even make new friends.

“So whether you are staying for a weekend full of threesomes, or just 30 minutes for a little five-knuckle shuffle, you can be assured that at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, we’ll leave the red light on for you.”

 WATCH (sort of NSFW):

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