Magistrate Court imposes 6 penalty points on Beckham's license
Police filed complaint against common citizen's complaint
London. Star footballer David Beckham will not be able to drive for 6 months A UK court on Thursday banned them from driving for 6 months. The former captain of the England football team was accused of talking on mobile when he was driving a car on Central London's Great Portland Street on November 21 last year.
Former captain of England football team admitted in court
The police filed a case against Beckham on the complaint of a common citizen. The person said that he saw the 43-year-old footballer talking about mobile while driving a car.
Beckham accepted the charge of owning the Bromley Magistrates Court. The court imposed six penalty points on their license. This means that they have become ineligible to drive for 6 months.
The court has imposed a fine of 200 pounds (about 18 thousand rupees) on them. Beckham appeared in the court on Thursday. Due to David Beckham driving in 1999, it has been banned for 8 months.