WEEK IN REVIEW: Reporters’ notebook

First ring girl – sorry, UFC octagon girl – Arianny Celeste got booked on a domestic battery charge. Then champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. reported to jail to start serving his three-month sentence for domestic violence.

It looks as if the Clark County Detention Center is just a few key arrests away from a major pay-per-view event.

Quick, someone arrest Mills Lane, Michael Buffer and – oh, I don’t know – Manny Pacquiao?

Also, we should probably try to get Justin Bieber in there somehow. Without parole if possible.


About 200 people were expected to attend a nudist gathering at Alexis Park Resort Friday and Saturday.

When discussing whether to write about the Nudist Clubhouse Expo, an R-J reporter said, “How do you cover nudists? That defeats the purpose of the nudity, doesn’t it?”

(Get it? These people don’t want to be covered.)

Then an R-J photographer asked, “Why are they having an Expo? What do you sell to nudists? They don’t need anything.”

The nudist group planned to close out their gathering with a trip to KISS mini golf, where the balls and putters glow in the dark.

Good luck getting that image out of your head.


This just in from the Virginia-based Salt Institute: Dangerous narcotics nicknamed “bath salts” should not be confused with “legitimate bathing salts” people use to soothe aching muscles.

So says a news release sent to an R-J police reporter who wrote recently about the illegal kind of bath salts.

But we suspect the release might be a hoax. It’s pretty hard to believe that the vice president of science and research for the Salt Institute is a guy named Morton.


TWEET OF THE WEEK: @TheFakeESPN (parody sports account) Mayweather already involved in jailhouse scuffle but fight was postponed when other inmate wanted 50% of the cigarettes.

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