Who is there a fan of recording stories or making conversations while driving a car?
Today in London, in the court of Bromley Magistrates Court, a meeting was held on the case of David Beckham.Last November, an ex-football player was charged with an offense: he was seen driving a car with a phone in his hand. In the UK, this is prohibited by law. The judge ruled David’s driving license for six months, plus he must pay a fine of £ 750.
Last year, David not only drove with the phone behind the wheel, but also exceeded the speed limit. He moved at a speed of 59 miles per hour in a zone where a speed of no more than 40 miles per hour is allowed. But then David’s lawyer, Mr. Freeman, managed to free him from punishment.