David Beckham has fronted a London court on May 10, where he was banned from driving for six months for using his cell phone while driving a Bentley in the West End of London. According to BBC, the ex-soccer star was fined $1393, ordered to pay £100 in prosecution costs and a $186 surcharge fee within seven days.
Beckham, as you might expect from someone who co-owns a fashion line, showed up for his appearance looking as if he'd just graced the runway.
According to CNN, an onlooker photographed Beckham using his phone while driving in London's West End last November.
"Instead of looking straight forward, paying attention to the road, he appeared to be looking at his lap," said prosecutor Matthew Spratt. "He (the witness) says that the defendant was operating a handheld device at knee level. At that moment a photograph was taken."
Beckham's defence, according to his lawyer, Gerrard Tyrrell, is that he doesn't even remember the incident in question. "There is no excuse for what took place but his view is as he cannot remember... he's going to plead guilty and that's what he's done," Tyrrell said.
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