Question that's none of our business but, the soon to be wife is okay with this behaviour? Alcohol doesn't make people violent. It lowers the inhibition of violent people to act out and release their violent tendencies. Methinks a chat with someone who has some professional credentials to assist might be helpful. If he was ex military this poor dude might have some stuff going on in his head that would be hard for anyone to imagine. I'm a little worried about your bachelor party dude. Babysitting a drunk doesn't sound like a good time to me but if you choose to do that, I think we all wish you luck. When I was a much younger lad their was a fight at a local country bar I used to go to on a weekly basis. Big guy picking a fight with a little guy. It was a classic bully situation as the little guy didn't ask for any of it but the bigger guy pressed and the fight ensued. Well, it wasn't much of a fight. One punch was thrown. The little guy connected with the big guy. Big guy fell, hit his temple on one of those cement parking blocks. He died right there. Little guy charged with manslaughter, or assault causing or something like that. Long story short, it was self defense and he walked but he still had to hire a lawyer and go to court and through an excessive amount of stress. Luckily he had a multitude of witnesses that had observed the drunken bully being a drunken bully. And I think I speak for all of us when I say...we would LOVE a trip report because if things do go smoothly it will probably be a gooder.