Paul Belian over at The Brussels Journal notes more fun in Paris than a roll down Mont Martre:
Last week, the Paris police issued a prohibition on the distribution to the homeless of soup containing pork meat or fat. According to the police authorities – the same ones who are incapable of restoring law and order in the Paris suburbs – distributing soup containing pork or lard is a racist offence since some people in need might be Muslim and hence not allowed to eat pork. Yesterday, however, an administrative court of first instance in Paris ruled that distributing pork soup is not racist. Today Bertrand Delanoë, the Mayor of Paris, told the Paris police to appeal the court ruling.
I so look forward to the day when the government in the U.S. dictates what homeless shelters can feed to the charity visitors. What Paris needs is the Soup Nazi.