France Ministers have been secretly filmed wile having €500+ champagne-and-caviar dinners in Paris
PARIS, FRANCE — French government ministers are among those risking prison by attending secret £400 plus champagne-and-caviar dinners that break the Coronavirus lockdown rules, according to a shock new report.
The astonishing claim is made in a film shot in Paris by undercover investigators from the M6 news channel.
‘Once you pass through the door there’s no more Covid,’ a waiter tells them as they enter an unidentified venue in the centre of the French capital.
‘We want people to feel at ease. It’s a private club, we want people to feel like they’re at home,’ he adds.
It comes as President Emmanuel Macron’s government deals with the coronavirus pandemic that includes up to 60,000 new cases of the disease in France every day.
The menu for an evening meal starts at £136 (€160) per diner and then rises to £416 (€490) for a feast that includes a shared bottle of Champagne and caviar.