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This three-minute video shows the moment a black man is shoved off a train in Paris by a "pack of Chelsea fans".

Fans on the train can be heard singing "we're racist, we're racist and that's the way we like it" just moments after the incident.

Four of those men were handed football banning orders on Wednesday (July 22).

Richard Barklie, from Northern Ireland, was hit with a five-year football banning order following a hearing at Stratford Magistrates' Court.

William Simpson and Josh Parsons, both from Surrey, were also banned for five years while Jordan Munday, from Sidcup, received a three-year banning order.

(L-R) Joshua Parsons, Richard Barklie, Jordan Munday, Dean Callis, William Simpson at Waltham Forest Magistrates Court
(L-R) Joshua Parsons, Richard Barklie, Jordan Munday, Dean Callis, William Simpson at Waltham Forest Magistrates Court

The four man had denied their actions were racially motivated but, passing judgement on Wednesday morning, district judge Gareth Branston felt otherwise.

A fifth man, Dean Callis, had earlier accepted the banning order and did not contest the Met's application.

The shocking footage emerged earlier this year showing Chelsea fans singing racist chants and forcibly preventing passenger Souleymane Sylla from boarding the train in Paris.