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Photos: 2011 Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball at South Point doesn’t disappoint


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The Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball at South Point on Oct. 29, 2011.

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Halloween 2011: Fetish & Fantasy Ball at South Point

The Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball at South Point on Oct. 29, 2011. Launch slideshow »
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The Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball at South Point on Oct. 29, 2011.

It’s known as one of the most outrageous, bizarre and risque Halloween parties in the country, and once again the 2011 Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball lived up to its namesake and reputation at South Point on a sinful and sexy Saturday night.

The emphasis was on the wild, the wicked and the wanton, and, as you can see from this extraordinary photo gallery by Tom Donoghue, the skeletons, spooks, ghouls and goblins turned out in full fright-night force. Tom’s photographs tell the story better than any words I could ever write to describe the celebration.

The Halloween Ball was held at South Point for the first time; it was at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel last year. Some of the more over-the-top outfits were edited, as we have to maintain a little decorum here at Vegas DeLuxe. Plus, we don’t want security on our case and spanking our naughty derrieres … or do we?

Halloween concludes tonight, and we still have some trick-or-treat delights to post this week, so be sure to check back right here -- oh, yes, that’s the spot.

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