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Beckham banned from driving for using phone in his Bentley

Beckham left the court after being given a six month ban

The former England footballer has been given a six-month ban after admitting using his phone while driving in London's West End.

David Beckham has been disqualified from driving for six months for using his mobile phone while at the wheel.
The ex-footballer, 43, was spotted by a member of the public using his phone while driving his Bentley in central London on 21 November last year.
He pleaded guilty.
The ban came as he was given six points on his licence, which took his total to 12. He had six from previous speeding offences. He was also fined £750 and ordered to pay £100 costs and a £75 surcharge fee.
He stood in Bromley Magistrates Court to say his full name, date of birth and west London address.
Prosecutor Matthew Spratt said Beckham was photographed by a member of the public in "slowly moving traffic" in London's West End using his phone.
He said: "Instead of looking straight forward, paying attention to the road, he appeared to be looking at his lap.
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