And finally… bon appetit
French police have fined over 100 diners who attended an underground restaurant in Paris on Friday.
Paris police arrested the organisers of the meal after a week of allegations that ministers attended similar rule-breaking events, The Local reports.
Officers were “called out for an excessive noise complaint about a restaurant” and “put an end to a gathering of over 110 people,” Paris police posted on Twitter.
They added: “Guests fined for failing to respect applicable health measures. Organiser and manager arrested.”
All restaurants and cafes have been closed in France for eating-in for the last five months. The country this week began a new limited nationwide lockdown to deal with surging COVID-19 infections.