Can anyone comment on a situation that happened to a work colleague of mine in the first week of September.
My friend went to the Czech Republic with a group of friends to play golf for a week. This is the second time he has visited with a group of about 12 people.
On his first night in Prague he visited a bar somewhere close to the old town square. There was 5 in the group and they ordered a large beer each. When he came to pay he was told the bill was the equivalent of £35. He complained and after much arguing he was escorted from the bar by a very large man.
I myself have visited prague 3 times recently and never had a problem. I am returning next February with my wife and a group of 4 other couples.
Is it likely that for some reason the bar didn't want a group of men visiting-they are all in their 40's so not exactly kids-so tried to disuade them from staying or is this a new problem. He has recommended that the answer is to check the prices before ordering-on every order.
Any comments would be very helpful.