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Excavators Hit Mother Lode of WTF at Las Vegas Club

It was a distinctly “Only in Vegas!” moment when an excavator at the Las Vegas Club unearthed a cache of cheerleader uniforms during the demolition of the casino’s south tower.

No, really.

We’ll zoom in shortly, keep your pom poms on.

It was a sight to behold as scores of blue and yellow cheerleader outfits cascaded down from the eighteenth floor of the Las Vegas Club’s hotel tower.

As if we weren’t already turned on by the use of heavy machinery.

The Las Vegas Club, of course, was a sports-themed casino, so employees such as cocktail servers wore cheerleader uniforms.

In time, the theme faded and the cheerleader uniforms were stashed in one of the hotel’s uppermost rooms.

The uniforms sat unmolested for years, until demolition crews ripped open the storage room and gravity did the rest.

Note the uniform storage room at the top of the frame, complete with shelves and boxes of uniforms. Yes, there are more.

We’ve been watching the demolition of the Las Vegas Club obsessively, but the cheerleader costume “waterfall” was a highlight of the months-long process.

Crews are making quick work of the casino’s south tower, and will soon begin dismantling the north tower.

We can only imagine what treasures await the excavator’s maw.

We do not use the term “maw” lightly.

The Las Vegas Club is being demolished to make way for a new resort. Let’s just say we’re anxious to see the cocktail waitress uniforms.