They do say most accidents happen within 10 minutes of the home. That's true for David Beckham, unless his driveway is 11 minutes long. Well, I wouldn't rule that out, I guess.
Becks was pulling his Range Rover out of the driveway of his home in Beverly Hills with his 14-year-old son, Brooklyn, in the passenger seat, when he ran into an oncoming car, according to the Daily Mail.
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Neither Becks, Brooklyn, nor the woman in the other car were hurt, but Beckham's $75,000 Range Rover was badly damaged - it lost its front bumper.
The true tragedy is that the fender-bender probably killed the Beckham family's endorphin high - earlier in the day, Posh, Becks, and Brooklyn all attended a spin class together. You know, like most teenage boys do with their parents.
Maybe Becks can take comfort in the new philosophy he's inspired: Becksistentialism. Andy Martin, creator of the new movement, told Metro that Beckham's inspiring partly because he's a blank slate. "That’s right to an extent but he’s also good because he acts philosophically without being articulate. There are messages in his tattoos and haircuts. He’s also a bit irresistible as a subject because he is seen as not thinking, which is probably a mistake, and I rectify that."