The facts had occurred Friday evening, during an episode of nocturnal uproar.
The man who jostled Gérard Dué, the mayor of Croisilles (62), will receive hours of community service. The facts occurred Friday evening, during an episode of nocturnal uproar, around 10:30 pm.
The mayor, 69, intervened as the 25-year-old tried to leave the premises, reports The voice of the North. He then jostles the chosen one, who falls to the ground. Gérard Dué had his wrist dislocated and was quickly taken care of by the Arras hospital center.
Thirty hours of community service
The 25-year-old man was taken into custody on Saturday morning and released the same evening. It is subject to a penal composition, a sanction proposed in the event of minor offenses. He will have to perform thirty hours of community service and is prohibited from coming to Croisilles or coming into contact with the mayor for six months.