Rugby’s weekend of shame continued as France star Mohamed Haouas was sent off for a sickening punch on Scotland’s Jamie Ritchie.
The Six Nations clash at Murrayfield was marred by the shocking attack.
And it came just a day after Joe Marler grabbed Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones by the testicles in front of stunned TV viewers.
England won the game 33-30 at Twickenham.
But there were even calls for Marler to be charged with sexual assault and he could be hit with a four-year ban if rugby bosses throw the book at him.
The Haouas incident came in the 37th minute with Scotland on the attack.
Ref Paul Williams blew for a Scotland penalty and a melee broke out between Les Bleus and the Dark Blues.
A TMO review showed Haouas tussling with Ritchie — and then landing a flush right-hander which briefly flattened his whole face.
The Scots went on to win the fiery clash 28-17, with a double from Sean Maitland and another try by Stuart McInally.
France’s Six Nation hopes are now over, while Scotland made it two wins in a row.