Four Chelsea fans have been banned from attending games for 18 years between them after a racist incident on the Paris Metro earlier this year.
Human rights activist Richard Barklie was among the group and the 50-year-old was handed a five year order in a London court on Wednesday morning.
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Josh Parsons, William Simpson and Jordan Munday have all received bans too, largely due to the ‘damning’ mobile phone footage that captured the incident.
The black commuter at the centre of the outrage had previously described the experience to the court, explaining how he was ‘violently’ pushed off the train as a British fan pointed to the colour of his skin.
A chant was then heard with the words ‘we’re racist, we’re racist, and that’s the way we like it’.
The four Chelsea fans insisted that they pushed him off because the train carriage was full and not because he was black, but the court refused to accept their story and handed out the respective punishments.