Children as young as 12 were arrested for rioting at just one high school in France as the country’s law and order crisis continued.
Footage shows youngsters from the Lycée Saint-Exupéry, in Mante-la-Jolie - where 153 were arrested - lined up kneeling on the floor with their hands behind their head.
Others have their faces pressed up against a wall as police in riot gear guard the huge group.
Some of the young hooded rioters were caught with heavy clubs, baseball bats, and teargas cannisters.
Officers can be heard barking out instructions after telling the children that they all faced violent disorder charges including ‘participation in an armed crowd’.