When the final whistle blew on Metz's 1-0 Ligue 2 win over Amiens, the losing side's Johann Paul decided to forgo the traditional post-match handshakes and casually shove Metz's Pierre Bouby instead. Bouby fell to the ground and appeared to decide he might as well take a nap while he was down there and Paul was shown a red card. Meanwhile, the benches cleared and pockets of fighting broke out. There were even a few headlocks.
Once everyone realized that they were doing this after the match had ended and that they could all just go home instead of fighting more, they stopped.