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David Beckham disqualified from driving for six months

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David Beckham disqualified from driving for six months

David Beckham disqualified from driving for six months

David Beckham has been disqualified for six months at Bromley Magistrates’ Court after receiving six points for driving his Bentley while using a mobile phone in London’s West End.

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