Group of ten who landed at Marseille airport told they had ‘broken confinement rules’ and would have to leave immediately.
A private jet carrying a group of ten men was refused entry into France by the police for breaching lockdown rules.
The passengers who were poised to holiday at Riviera were denied entry into France by the Police in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The group of seven men aged between 40 and 50 years old and three women aged between 23 and 25 years old had boarded the jet chartered in the UK capital by a Croatian man who said he worked in finance and real estate.
The holidaymakers were also of French, German, Romanian and Ukrainian nationality.
They had hired a villa in Cannes, according to local media reports.
As soon as the plane hit the tarmac at Marseille airport, however, police refused the group of ten entry on the grounds that anyone entering France must prove their trip is essential via an international travel certificate….
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