He had to do sex act in front of Man U buddies

He had to do sex act in front of Man U buddies

One of the world's sexiest men David Beckham revealed that he had to perform a sex act on himself in front of his former Manchester United (Man U) football team-mates.

It was all part of a hazing ritual - one that he'd rather forget.

The retired footballer confessed that he had to perform the sex act while looking at a calendar of 1980s Man U footballer Clayton Blackmore.

This was part of his initiation into Man U's youth team, reported Britain's Daily Mail.

The former England midfielder, 38, said he drew the short-straw with his humiliation.

He told UK's The Metro: "Everyone had an initiation that you had to go through on the youth team, that was one of the most uncomfortable ones! "The fact that I had to look at Clayton Blackmore's calendar and do certain things, while looking at Clayton Blackmore…"

Humiliation

He recalled the humiliating ceremony on camera for a documentary on his former team, called The Class of '92.

Beckham said: "I was embarrassed when I was saying it on camera, let alone talking about it more. "But it's something that we all had to go through.

It was definitely something I wouldn't like to go through again!"

Beckham was one of six United icons who attended the London premiere of the documentary on Sunday.

Speaking on the red carpet in front of hordes of fans at London's Leicester Square, Beckham predicted high emotions when he and his family watched the documentary which goes behind the scenes of Man U's legendary 1992 youth team, reported AFP.

The film focuses on the six players who went on to star for the first team during a period of unprecedented success for the northern England powerhouse, under the guidance of recently retired manager Alex Ferguson.

The other five players - brothers Gary and Phil Neville, midfielder Nicky Butt, current first-team player Ryan Giggs and recently retired Paul Scholes - were also in London for the premiere.

"There will be a few tears in there from my mum I'm sure," said Beckham, who was flanked by his wife Victoria and his three sons.


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