Twenty people without tickets forced entry during Booba’s concert at the Stade de France on Saturday evening.
Nearly twenty people forced entry to the Stade de France to attend rapper Booba’s concert on Saturday evening before being extracted, AFP learned on Monday from the Stade de France consortium and the prefecture of Paris police.
Saturday evening, 80,000 people gathered at the Stade de France for the concert of Booba, also nicknamed the “Duke”, monument of French rap.
Videos broadcast on social networks show around twenty young men, some dressed in t-shirts with the logo “La Piracy” with the inscription “Booba Stade de France 03.09.2022”, forcing the passage at the level of the security gates, facing to overwhelmed stewards.
“Follow-up by video surveillance”
“A very determined group of several dozen people tried to force gate U around 8:55 p.m. Among them, around 20 people managed to enter the stadium, the others being immediately arrested by the stewards”, detailed in a press release the Stade de France consortium, stating that several other groups had wanted to force entry, without success.
“Almost all of the people who entered the stadium were followed thanks to video surveillance and gradually arrested inside the enclosure”, adds the consortium.
13 people arrested
The Paris police headquarters confirmed that “18 people who entered the stadium without a ticket” were “brought back to the exit”.
In addition, 13 people were arrested for various offenses (street hawking, violence), according to the same source.
These incidents echo the fiasco of the Champions League final at the end of May. In addition to the poor management of the flow of supporters, the evening was also marked by intrusions by ticketless spectators, calling into question the security of the Stade de France, the future venue for the 2024 Olympic Games.
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