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Football star took part in ‘cowardly sport’
Queen guitarist Brian May has blasted David Beckham for going on a partridge hunt.
The 69-year-old rock legend has taken aim at the former English football star after pictures emerged of David preparing to go hunting with his good friend and movie director Guy Ritchie last week.
Brian tweeted: “Shooting wildlife for fun is not a good look, should of stuck to balls...
“This just made me very sad. Beckham is a hero. But to engage in the most cowardly of ‘sports’ to me, is... so disappointing.”
Brian is a highly vocal animal rights activist. He is the founder of the animal welfare organisation the Save Me Trust, which seeks to protect wild species, and he also founded Team Badger, a coalition of animal groups against the culling of the animals.
The shoot took place on Guy’s estate in Salisbury, Wiltshire
According to the Daily Mail, word of what was happening soon spread among residents. A postman who spotted the pair told the paper: “I can't believe I just saw David Beckham.” David donned a green jacket with a baker boy cap and wellies for the shoot and one onlooker said: “He must be Britain's bestdressed man.” Guy and David share other animal interests as it was reported earlier this year they both send their dogs on limousine-driven trips to a grooming parlour. The treatment costs about £75 (Dhs335) at the Purplebone grooming parlour in London and includes a shampoo and blow dry, as well as teeth cleaning and deodorising.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump has branded a sketch about him and Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live as a “hit job”. He also tweeted it was “time to retire” the show, calling it “boring and unfunny” and adding that Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of him “stinks”.
TARGET: Beckham was criticised by May (inset)