The question has since been edited. More details for the encounter have been added, which makes the relationship much clearer.
The OP also has added the europe tag. It's . . . a start. It's not yet clear whether or not we should be using continent tags, but it certainly narrows things down, and in this case, it might work.
I've cast the fourth (and, again, binding) reopen vote.
From a technical standpoint, a moderator can unilaterally close a question. I was that moderator.
I should, though, explain why I closed it.
There were several reasons:
A country tag was added to the question by another user in an attempt to make the question less broad. The OP removed the tag and the country information, stating in a comment,
The goal is not to answer the question only for my specific case, which is my private matter, but also other people who happens to have similar cases.
However, site policy dictates that questions must specify a culture (1, 2, 3).
The question does need a country tag. This is not a question that is going to have the same answer across the world, and I'm extraordinarily skeptical of any claims to the contrary.
- There was a close vote already there and another flag suggesting closure, which directed me to the question. This wasn't just out of the blue.
I'll add one more note - and if you read any part of this answer, please read this.
This question hit the Hot Network Questions list, meaning it showed up in sidebars across Stack Exchange. The HNQ is often the first path for new users to join a site. It does not always showcase the best questions, and so when users visit a site from the HNQ, they won't get the best of that site. For this reason, we have to hold questions on the HNQ to the highest standards.
Is that always possible? No. Does that mean we should drop our standards for those questions? No.