BBC News reports:
A group of young men in the Jordanian city of Tafileh have pelted the motorcade of King Abdullah II with stones and bottles, officials say.
The king is unharmed, they add.
The attack comes a day after King Abdullah announced major reforms, promising to relinquish his right to appoint prime ministers and cabinets.
The Jordanian government spokesman later denied that such an attack had taken place.
“The motorcade of his majesty the king was not attacked,” Taher Adwan told Agence France Presse.
A Royal Palace official who accompanied the king said that he had been enthusiastically greeted, not attacked.
“It was a gesture of welcome, not an attack,” he said, according to AP.