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Gids haalt je op bij accommodatie en zal je naar de activiteit begeleiden

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Extra informatie: vooraf zullen we een omschrijving van degene die in het zonnetje wordt gezet opvragen. Zorg ervoor dat rest van de groep op de hoogte is van de grap

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Ben je een vrijgezellenweekend aan het organiseren? En wil je een goeie grap uithalen bij de vrijgezel? Boek dan deze stag arrest, want schrikken gaat hij zeker! Terwijl jullie een biertje aan het drinken zijn, zal de vrijgezel worden aangehouden door twee acteurs in politietenue en in boeien worden geslagen, niet wetende dat er een vrouwelijke verrassing voor hem klaar staat.

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