Four men given suspended one-year sentences by French court for singing racist songs and stopping a black man from boarding Metro in Paris.
The racist advert, placed in an estate agent's office in a Paris suburb and subsequently photographed and posted on social media, demanded that candidates to become tenants of an apartment should be of French nationality and not black.
The Chelsea fans, in Paris for a match against PSG, were filmed singing racist chants and repeatedly preventing the man from boarding the train.
Anne-Sophie Leclere is given a nine-month jail term and a 50,000-euro fine for likening France's black justice minister to a chimpanzee.
The popular presenter Harry Roselmack claims the recent monkey jibes against the justice minister made him feel 'reduced to my negro condition’.