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The Most Expensive Movie Stag Parties

Hollywood has shown us some pretty wild parties on the big screen, and one of the most memorable has to be the shenanigans of the Wolfpack in The Hangover.

The film shows us the aftermath of a stag party full of debauchery and drunkenness, featuring everything from kidnapped tigers and a ‘misplaced’ groom, to missing teeth, an impromptu Vegas wedding and one totally trashed luxury hotel room.

So if you wanted to have the real Hangover experience at your next stag do, just how much would it cost? Well even disregarding the emotional and physical damage, it turns out it could cost you a bit more than your average weekend away.

Vegas is expensive enough, but when you take into account all the damage the gang managed to cause on their rampage, you’d be looking at a very hefty bill.

The team at Mad Max Adventures have crunched the numbers so you don’t have to, looking at everything from the cost of a luxury stay at Caesar’s Palace, to the lost value of a wrecked classic car and all the medical bills the group managed to incur.

And if you haven’t got enough of incredibly expensive stag parties, there’s also a bonus section looking at Jordan Belfort’s even more ostentatious bachelor party in The Wolf of Wall Street (just in case you’re desperate to hire a private jet for you and everyone you know to go to Vegas…)

Take a look at the infographic below to see the final bill!


Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/(c) 2011 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Legendary Pictures (c) 2011 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Legendary Pictures (c) 2011 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Legendary Pictures

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