Let $G$ be a group over algebraically nonclosed field $k$ of characteristic $0$. And let $P$ be a minimal parabolic subgroup defined over $k$. Let $S$ be its maximal split torus and $T$ be its maximal torus defined over $k$ containing $S$ ($P\supset T \supset S$). Let $W(T)=N_G(T)/Z_G(T)$ and $W(S)=N_G(S)/Z_G(S)$ be the corresponding Weyl groups. Then we have Bruhat decomposition over $\overline{k}$ $G/P=\bigcup_{n\in N_G(T)(\overline{k})}PnP/P$ and by Borel-Tits we also have the decomposition for $k$ points i.e. $G(k)/P(k)=\bigcup_{w\in N_G(S)(k)}P(k)wP(k)/P(k)$ (which is different from above but each class $P(k)wP(k)/P(k)$ is Zariski dense in the corresponding class $PwP/P$ of the first decomposition). There is a remark 6.24 b) in the paper of Borel and Tits that it can happen that $PnP/P$ is defined over $k$ but does not contain $k$-points. I have the following questions about this issue:

0) What is the easiest example of this phenomenon?

1) Is there a reasonable condition on the field when this cannot happen?

2) Is there a reasonable condition on the field (Galois group) when this issue does not happen for the given minimal group $P$ and all possible parabolics of $G$ such that $Q\supset P$ and $Q/Rad Q$ is of split rank $1$? I.e. this issue does not happen for Bruhat decomposition of $Q/P$.

Remark (Introduced after a discussion): Given $n\in N_G(T)(k_s)$,there is a possibility that the smooth locally closed subscheme $P_{k_s}nP_{k_s}$ inside $G_{k_s}$ can be defined over $k$. (This of course happens if $^\gamma n\in N_{Z_G(S)}(T)n N_{Z_G(S)}(T)$ for all $\gamma \in {\rm{Gal}}(k_s/k)$, so the question for particular $n$ is reduced to the Galois action on the set $W(G,T)$ which is reduced to combinatorics of the root system. The question is about reasonable conditions on the field $k$ for the following to be true: if $P_{k_s}nP_{k_s}$ is defined over $k$ then it contains a $k$-point (or equivalently by the Bruhat decomposition for $G(k)$ with respect to $P(k)$, is necessarily equal to $P_{k_s}n'P_{k_s}$ for some $n' \in N_G(S)(k)$).

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