Don't get us wrong; we really and truly enjoy ourselves some Jeremy Clarkson every now and again, just so long as it's in measured doses, of course. But to consider the top bloke at Top Gear as a role model for boys? Now, that there might just be a bridge too far.
You may recall last year we posted on David Beckham's intimate experiences with grand theft auto. His armour-plated BMW X5 was boosted from a shopping mall parking garage in Madrid, Spain despite the high-tech anti-theft security system onboard that the criminals may have used a laptop PC to bypass. Nearly one year later the stolen X5 may have been found, though not up on cinder blocks in a dark alley. No, it appears that Beckham's Bimmer found its way into the hands of a Macedonian government o
Our friends at
Luxist report that ex-BMW-owner
David Beckham is back on the road, this time in a shiny new Audi Q7. It seems that Beckham's Real Madrid squad are
sponsored by Audi, who gifts each of its 23 stars with a new Audi every year. Beckham's newest 4x4 is a 4.2FSI finished
in pearlescent Phantom Black, with black leather interior, car phone, video player, Bose sound system, a nav
system and keyless entry. All told, Beckham's free Bimmer replacement boasts more than $35,000 wort
superstar and English soccer football hero David Beckham has lost his second BMW in just six months.
In the latest heist, his armored BMW X-5, which was fitted with the latest in high-tech security features (including an
ignition requiring a unique ID code to start the engine), was lifted from a shopping mall parking garage near Madrid.