Three people were reportedly detained by police as Yellow Vests took to the streets of Paris on Saturday, in the 64th consecutive weekend of protests.
Footage shows demonstrators surrounding a cordon created by police and doing a round dance in the French capital’s Palais Royal Square.
Protesters also gathered in front of UNESCO’s headquarters, where they chanted slogans.
At least 403 people were reportedly fined €135 each ($150) for taking part in the banned demonstration.
Since the beginning of the protests in November 2018, tens of thousands have joined demonstrations across France over a variety of grievances, ranging from the rise in fuel prices to income inequality. The rallies then turned into a wider movement against French President Emmanuel Macron’s policies, including his planned pension reform.