Six men were arrested for theft at the Stade de France.

The prosecution stated that six men will be tried in Bobigny on Tuesday for thefts at the expense of supporters during Saturday's chaos at the Stade de France.

Six men were arrested for theft at the Stade de France.

The prosecution stated that six men will be tried in Bobigny on Tuesday for thefts at the expense of supporters during Saturday's chaos at the Stade de France. Six men were taken into police custody in connection to the chaos surrounding the Champions League final on Saturday night, in which the Spanish of Real Madrid defeated the English of Liverpool (1-0).

Bobigny's public prosecutor's office was responsible for Seine-Saint-Denis, where the Stade de France can be found. It had originally ordered that 48 people were placed in police custody Saturday evening. This included a "significant" number of minors. All other police custody has been lifted, except for six people who were sent back to criminal court.

Three people aged 21 and 26, respectively, were charged with theft in a meeting. They were also found to be in possession of multiple phones. Two British victims were identified and filed a complaint. However, 14 of the stolen phones could not be identified.

A 25-year old man will be charged with violently stealing a Mexican watch from an observer.

A 34-year old will also be executed for stealing a necklace from a British victim, and biting his friend's arm while trying to intervene. He punched a policeman while in police custody. The officer tried to counter him with his hand but he injured himself.

- The last defendant, aged 24, was charged with the theft of a phone on metro line 13 platform from a British supporter leaving the match.

The Bobigny prosecution stated Monday that "no police custody was taken for facts related to intrusions and false entry tickets to match", which were the main reasons given by French authorities to explain the problems. For his part, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin declared that of the 29 arrests made in the immediate area of the Stade de France on Monday, half were British including 9 for trespassing.

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