Posh and Becks' possessions stolen and sold on eBay

16 October 2008

Beckham missing a few things lately besides penalty kicks?

That's right.  Beckingham Palace was crawling yesterday with detectives, when the couple discovered that some of their missing personal items were being offered for sale on eBay.

Becks was once famously quoted, saying, "My parents have been there for me, ever since I was about 7."

He was to be proven correct when friends of Beckham's parents, who were browsing eBay, discovered soccer boots emblazoned with their 3 young children's names, and 'sentimental trinkets collected druing their travels abroad'.  I wipe a tear.

Shortly after, their servants, Eric and June Emmet, were arrested for stealing in their £650,000 home in Essex.  June, 56, insists that she and her 55-year-old husband are innocent. “I totally deny the allegations. This has all come as a bolt from the blue. The whole thing has taken us by surprise.”  Her husband took the opportunity to announce that once this is all over, they will be writing a book to reveal all the dirty little secrets of the Beckhams.  Apparently, there are many.  They also didn't sign a confidentiality agreement.  Clever housekeepers.

But maybe this is indeed a betrayal?  For housekeepers who have looked after the Beckhams for almost 10 years (so that's before Posh became a spice girl), it's somewhat strange.  So they have let the couple go, and have now arrested their son instead.

A friend of the Beckhams said: “David and Victoria are hugely traumatised. To think they have been betrayed by people they trusted is even more upsetting.”

Hugely traumatised?  Are you kidding me?  If you didn't notice your stuff missing until it's on eBay, you've just got too much stuff Posh.  So please stop wasting spice.

via The Inquirer

TOPICS:   Scams

1 comment

  • Anon.
    Or, just read this on the BBC website... are all news stories on here just taken from the BBC?

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