Football David Beckham Found Guilty: Not to be driving for six months, famous footballer David Beckham, found guilty of ‘mistake’
Football David Beckham banned from driving for using mobile phone Found Guilty
David Beckham captained England’s football team in 59 matches between 1999 and 2009. In more matches than the England team, Captain Billy Wright, Bobby Moore, and Brian Robson have done the same.
Former England captain and best footballer David Beckham have admitted that he used mobile phones while driving. After this acceptance, Beckham has been banned from driving for six months in the UK for six months. In this case, David Beckham was made an accused when a person told the police that he had seen 43-year-old Beckham using the phone while driving in London’s West End last year. Before that, drunken alcohol England’s footballer Wayne Rooney had to pay a large price for driving. The court had convicted Rooney on the charge of driving into a drunken driving vehicle in 2017, for two years, it was not banned.
David Beckham later admitted to his crime that on November 21, he was speaking on mobile while driving his 2018 Bentley on Great Portland Street. According to BBC News, Bromley Magistrates’ Court in London was told that Beckham was driving a vehicle on the Grand Portland Street in the West End while running a device in the hand near the knee. In addition, a penalty of 750 pounds was also imposed on Beckham and they were asked to pay 100 pounds and 75 pounds surcharge fees for the cost of the case within seven days.
It is noteworthy that David Beckham captained England football team in 59 matches between 1999 and 2009, in the free-kick mode. In more matches than the England team, Captain Billy Wright, Bobby Moore, and Brian Robson have done the same. Beckham played 115 matches for England He has also played from famous football clubs like Manchester United and Real Madrid. (Input: Agency)
Football David Beckham Found Guilty