Victoria and David Beckham flout driving laws as they pile into the back of Range Rover with friends at Glastonbury – The Sun

VICTORIA and David Beckham flouted driving laws as they piled into the back of a Range Rover with friends at Glastonbury.

Posh lay across the laps of Becks and pals in the rear seats so had no seatbelt on as they were driven away from the festival on public roads.

The A-list couple, who recently faced the embarrassment of David being banned from driving after a string of offences, had enjoyed some late-night partying.

Posh could have been hit with a £100 fixed penalty for breaking the law that requires all adults to wear seatbelts fitted in the backs of cars.

Onlookers saw the stars packed into the vehicle at around 2.20am after they had spent Friday night dancing at a backstage bar.

The pair, celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary this week, were among four passengers in the back of a car which can only safely seat three people.

The incident was caught on video by a festival-goer.


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Road safety charity brake said: “Travelling on someone’s lap is simply unsafe as you are not afforded the vital, and often lifesaving, protection of a seat belt.”

The pair had earlier been with eldest son Brooklyn, 20, and girlfriend Hana Cross, 22, who were camping on-site while David, 44, and Victoria, 45, stayed elsewhere.

In May, Becks got a six-month ban for using his mobile at the wheel after previous speeding offences. Last year, lawyer Nick “Mr Loophole” Freeman got him off a speeding rap on a technicality.



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