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Thursday, 28 February 2013

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Becks is adapting quickly to life in "Gay Paris"!

After his first appearance in a Paris St Germain shirt David Beckham was so excited after the whistle blew and rushed over to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and slapped his bum!

During the game, the veteran Man United & England star, provided a deft touch to set-up Zlatan's goal and also run over to give him a huge cuddle and kiss, Parisian style! David was asked after the game why he showed his "female side" off to his new Parisian adorers and here is his answer:

"Well like, I've played in the UK, Spain and the US and now I'm playing in "Gay Paris" so I thought I'd integrate as soon as possible and do what the Parisians do, behave gay!"

One tanned, greasy haired, tabloid reporter rushed up to Becks and whispered in his ear, "David, Paris used to be called 'Gay Paris' before it took on another meaning and now it's just called plain old Paris and not Gay Paris anymore!"

"Oh sacrebleu," cried an embarrassed Becks, "I'd better explain to my new boyfriend Zlatan that I didn't know about this and also apologise for not bringing him croissants and a café au lait in bed this morning because I had to rush Posh back to London!"

David is now finding out what it means to live in the real "City of Love" literally and his next stop will be a new outfit from his other new boyfriend, Jaen Paul Gaultier; no comment needed!

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