A former policeman and human rights activist has been banned from football matches for five years for racially abusing and shoving a black commuter off a Paris Metro train.
Video showed Frenchman Souleymane Sylla repeatedly pushed off the carriage amid chants of "we're racist, we're racist, and that's the way we like it".
Richard Barklie, 50, was in a group of about 150 Chelsea fans travelling to a Champions League match in Paris when the incident took place in February this year.
A director with the World Human Rights Forum, Barklie admitted twice pushing Mr Sylla - but blamed the Parisian for using "aggression" and shouting as he tried to board.
District judge Gareth Branston said Barklie joined in the racist chanting of "John Terry is a racist and that's the way we like it".
And he said the former policeman "proved to be a menace" and had "demonstrated aggressive, disorderly conduct".
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