Israeli PM Pays $127K For One Night’s Sleep Steph Spencer May 13 Israel, Sidelines, Transportation 1 Comment This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure. ©Beverly Adams Have you ever ordered something without checking the price first and then had a rude surprise when the bill arrived? You were probably thinking, “How much can it possibly cost?” or “Let’s just get on with this.” It’s happened to most of us, but probably not to the extent that Benjamin Netanyahu is taking his lumps after paying $127,000 for a place to sleep for five hours. Needless to say, the Prime Minister of Israel is taking a lot of political flak over the staggering cost of installing a bed for him to sleep in on his five-hour flight to England for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral. Israel does not have a private jet for use by its top officals, and so aircraft are chartered to transport its big wigs. Netanyahu’s aides defended his busy schedule and need for a good night’s rest in advance of meetings with other world leaders, however it was also revealed that the Prime Minister was unaware of price of his sleeping cabin, and has since decreed that such accommodations not be requested again. Find out more about this on Reuters.com One Response Dani May 15 It wasn’t a surprise for mr. Netanyahu. He knew it will cost him that much as it was the third time he did the trick and got taxpayers to pay for the luxury treat of a sleeping quarter on a short haul chartered flight. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Let's Make Sure You're Human ... *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. 4 − = Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.