David Beckham has been given a six-month driving ban for using his mobile phone while behind the wheel, reports BBC News.
The former England captain previously pleaded guilty to using the device while driving his Bentley in central London on 21 November last year.
A court heard he was photographed by a member of the public holding a phone as he drove in "slowly moving" traffic.
Beckham, 43, received six points on his licence to add to the six he already had for previous speeding matters.
He was also fined £750, ordered to pay £100 in prosecution costs and a £75 surcharge fee within seven days.
Beckham's defence barrister Gerrard Tyrrell said the former Manchester United midfielder had "no recollection of the day in question or this particular incident".
He added: "There is no excuse for what took place but his view is as he cannot remember."