Ben de Jonge, 41, required surgery for a broken jaw after a confrontation with security guards at Ben Gurion Airport after he told a female security officer that he was tired from the flight and did not wish to answer their questions. The passenger had just arrived in Israel from Australia. A male security official was called and the official repeatedly ordered him to sit down, which he refused to do. He also refused to identify himself.
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