Three get suspended jail sentences in Air France shirt-ripping trial

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Video footage showed airline executive Xavier Broseta stumbling to the ground, his shirt in tatters, as he fled staff angry over job cut plans.

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Suspended prison sentences of three to four months where handed down on Wednesday to three people found guilty of violent conduct when Air France executives had their shirts ripped to shreds last year by employees furious over planned job cuts, reports Reuters.