Did Beckham use a 'botty double' in his latest underwear advert?
Thursday 07 February 2013
He's got one of the most famous, envied and scrutinised physiques in the world, but that hasn't stopped David Beckham apparently using a body double for his latest underwear adverts.
Internet speculation, driven by images taken on the shoot for the the H&M advert, has suggested the Paris St Germain player may have used a 'botty double' - a body double for his bottom.
The Guy Ritchie-directed advert, which aired last night for the first time on British TV, features the star getting his dressing gown stuck in a car door and running after the vehicle wearing nothing but a pair of H&M boxer shorts.
Speculation that Beckham may have used a double comes from a shot of Beckham from behind in which tattoos on his right arm disappear and his shoulders appear to have become broader.
So, did Beckham use a botty double?
View the video above and make up your own minds...
Watch the behind-the-scenes video below
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