While driving, David Beckham was convicted in court and his driver’s license was confiscated for 6 months.
The head of the England National Team and Manchester United’s legendary actor, David Beckham, often gets into trouble because of not following the traffic rules.
A 43-year-old former football player was reported to the police by a citizen on 21 November 2018 on the grounds that he was using his mobile phone in his driver’s seat.
The lawsuit was filed and the decision for David Beckham, who was on trial on the grounds that he used the phone in the driver’s seat, was awarded today. The Bromley Magistrates Court ruled that Beckham’s license was confiscated for six months and fined £ 750.
Beckham, who was on trial for speeding in London last year, had to have his sentence set up last month, but the sentence has been delayed until now.