Jeev's coach insulted at Milan once again

 Amritinder, who was travelling with Jeev for the Sicillian Open, was rudely told on March 15 by Milan airport security officials that he could either remove the turban or not board the flight which led to protest from the Indian government.

Despite the expression of “regret” from Italy on that episode, the security officials of the same airport on Tuesday asked Amritinder to either remove his turban for checking or miss the flight, leaving Jeev and and him stunned.

Amritinder showed a letter of apology from the Italian Golf Federation on what happened last week but to no avail.

“I told the security official -- who incidentally was the same one who had made me remove my turban last week and put it in a shoe tray -- that the European Union rules say that I cannot be asked to remove my turban but it can be patted down. However, he (security official) insisted I remove my turban as he needed to see what was inside,” Amritinder told PTI from Milan.

“I showed him the letter of apology that I received from the Italian Golf Federation and told him that what happened last time was wrong, but he said there was nothing he could do about it,” said Amritinder who was travelling with Jeev to Spain for the Andalucia Open which starts on Thursday.

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