Man organises one-man stag-do in Prague strip clubs

Man organises one-man stag-do in Prague strip clubs

…By Roland Peterson for TDPel Media. A man has reportedly booked himself on a stag-do in Prague, despite having no bride-to-be and no mates to join him.

He contacted stag and hen party planning company, Last Night of Freedom, with the unusual request to organise a solo strip club tour of the Czech capital.

The company’s managing director, Matt Mavir, said: “He was basically planning a one-man solo strip club tour of Prague and wanted us to book it, which was odd in itself, but we drew a line when he asked if we could also recommend any massage parlours offering happy endings.”

The popularity of overseas stag and hen parties has surged in recent years, with some resorts becoming so fed up with the behaviour of British revellers that they have asked them to stay away.

The city of Amsterdam has requested a ban on “booze cruises” to prevent drunken antics on the city’s canals.

Boozy Hotspots for Stag Parties

For those seeking a more sociable stag-do, there are plenty of cheap, alcohol-fuelled destinations to choose from.


TikTok stars Grumet and Dazza head to Benidorm for cheap flights and even cheaper prices on drinks and meals.

Pints cost as little as 80p and a Full English breakfast is £2.50.

Grumet claims he can spend a week in Benidorm with flights, accommodation and food and drink for under £250.

Jamie North, a DJ in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, says Brits flock to the area for 80p pints, £9 hotel rooms and a week of clubbing.

He warns of the “walk of shame” on the town’s streets.

Analysis and Commentaries

A stripper shows her stuff at an erotic trade fair in Prague, Czech Republic
A stripper shows her stuff at an erotic trade fair in Prague, Czech Republic

The trend of Brits going overseas for stag and hen parties has grown rapidly over the past two decades, with an estimated 500,000 such trips now taken every year.

The industry is worth around £300m a year to the UK economy.


However, some popular destinations have begun to tire of the behaviour of drunken revellers, and there have been calls to restrict the excesses of party-goers.

The Amsterdam ban on booze cruises was put in place after an incident in which 17 people fell into a canal, and followed a spate of other incidents including urinating on the street and drunken fights.

Although the UK’s cost of living crisis may be putting a dent in some people’s holiday plans, it seems there are still plenty of Brits looking for a bargain trip.

However, the case of the man who booked himself on a stag-do in Prague alone raises questions about the need to examine the motives of those who seek out certain destinations for hedonistic pursuits.


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