After being caught using his phone while driving last year, David Beckham has been banned from driving.
Former footballer has been seen by a member of the public using his phone while driving his Bentley in Great Portland Street in London.
He plead guilty in November and today appeared before a magistrate at Bromley Magistrates Court today to settle the case.
He has been banned from driving for six months, lost six points on his license and paid a £750 fine, along with prosecution expenses in the amount of £100 and additional £75 surcharge fee.
There were reports that he appeared last month at the same court, but ‘the magistrates requested more information – either the circumstances in which it happened or they think they don’t have enough information about the charge to make an informed decision,” according to a member of the court staff.