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Serge Charnay (C), a French father who was denied access to his son, lies on the ground on February 20, 2013 surrounded by white paint reading 'One parent too many ?' as he takes part in a protest called by SVP Papa, a French association 'defending fathers' rights, in front of Nantes' courthouse, western France. Charnay made headlines in France over the weekend after he spent four days perched on a giant crane. The 42-year-old is battling to win back the right to see his son, born in 2006, after losing all visiting rights when he was accused of kidnapping the boy. AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY (Photo credit should read FRANK PERRY/AFP/Getty Images)
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Serge Charnay (C), a French father who was denied access to his son, lies on the ground on February 20, 2013 surrounded by white paint reading 'One parent too many ?' as he takes part in a protest called by SVP Papa, a French association 'defending fathers' rights, in front of Nantes' courthouse, western France. Charnay made headlines in France over the weekend after he spent four days perched on a giant crane. The 42-year-old is battling to win back the right to see his son, born in 2006, after losing all visiting rights when he was accused of kidnapping the boy. AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY (Photo credit should read FRANK PERRY/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 20, 2013
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