A ceremony scheduled to celebrate Paris Saint-Germain's league title was cancelled Tuesday, a day after rioting marred festivities in the center of the French capital, and France's Interior Minister responded to the public outcry by calling a top-level meeting to discuss what went wrong.

PSG players had been scheduled to show off the championship trophy from City Hall's balcony on Wednesday evening, but those plans were scrapped Tuesday, the Paris mayor's office said.

PSG's moonlit boat-trip along the Seine river on Monday night had also been canceled — but that was the least of the club's worries.