Tourists have been given a Paris travel warning due to the ongoing protests
Tourists stuck in traffic were threatened with a glass bottle before being mugged, with the gang of youths then trying to set fire to the coach.
After the muggers fled, the driver finally managed to get the coach moving and reach the hotel in the Saint-Denis neighbourhood.
Paris has been gripped by a series of protests since a police officer was charged with anally raping a 22-year-old man during an arrest earlier this month.
Protestors against police brutality have taken to the streets of the city almost every night since – with some overstepping the mark in chaotic scenes.
A protestors sets alight a barricade during a riot in Paris
Videos have emerged showing cars set alight, buildings attacked and police cars reversing away from angry crowds.
After the incident against the South Korean tourists, its embassy in Paris is warning visitors to avoid certain areas in the French capital.
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Chaos in Paris as video emerges of ‘police raping black youth with truncheon’. The man was rushed to hospital and was reportedly 'traumatised' with a 'severe wound'. Clashes between young protesters and police forces sparked for the second evening and left several cars burnt and five people in custody in Aulnay-sous-Bois.
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Cars were torched
A spokesman for Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: “These South Korean tourists had taken a bus after a visit to the Eiffel Tower and were on their way to Saint-Denis, the location of their hotel.
“Individuals suddenly boarded the coach and snatched the tourists’ Eurostar tickets, which were being kept by the tour guide, whose passport was also taken.”
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People visiting and staying in France should refrain from visiting the area around Saint-Denis
South Korean embassy
The embassy added in a statement: “In the surrounding area of Saint Denis it is known that there are many accidents such as robbery, car-pinching, etc. at night.
“As a result, people visiting and staying in France should refrain from visiting the area around Saint-Denis.”
The aftermath of a protest in Paris
They warned visitors not to go out at night and to report any suspicious activity.
Four police officers allegedly involved in the rape of the 22-year-old man have been charged but continue to plead innocence.
Security forces during protests in Paris
The victim, known only as Theo, required emergency hospital treatment due to injuries sustained in the horrific assault.
His sister has called on protestors to remain peaceful, stating the family want justice “not incidents”.
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