If you don’t live in Bratislava - or Prague, Riga or some other new European capital - you may not understand what transpired that night at the Barok. But for those of us who live in European cities where the cost of living is cheap, “stag tourism” is becoming wearily commonplace. True, it’s nowhere near as bad as in Prague or Budapest, where some pubs have “no stags” signs on the doors, but it’s on the rise.