Do you wonder what it's like when a celebrity goes in to buy a car? Well it sounds like one Rolls-Royce worker thought others would like to know so he snapped a photo of David Beckham while he was in to purchase his new Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe that we've been talking about.
Raff Mastromarino says bosses told him Becks had CANCELLED an order for a luxury £307,000 Phantom Drophead Coupe.
But the dad of five claimed he had been using his mobile phone to send a text — NOT take a picture of the star.
Raff, 54, revealed his message said: “Guess who I bumped into at work. David bloody BECKHAM and his tattoos. He looks like a tanned YOB.”
Raff was spotted holding his mobile as Becks toured the factory in Goodwood, West Sussex, just before learning he had been dropped by new England manager Fabio Capello.
But Raff insisted: “I never took a photo.”
Nice motor ... £307,000 Rolls Phantom
Raff, of Worthing, was fired from his £21,000-a-year job though no snaps were found.
He said: “Bosses told me Beckham had cancelled an order because of what happened.”
Rolls-Royce said: “Employees are aware of how they should behave, which includes not taking pictures.
He was seen by four people attempting to take one of our visitor.”
A spokesman for Becks said it was “nonsense” to suggest he cancelled a car order.
Check out the whole story at The Sun.