L.A. Paparazzi Fail to Photograph David Beckham, Suspect Him of Being a Werewolf

Funny story written by Jean Le Fete

Saturday, 21 July 2007

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L.A. Papperazzi trying to get Beckham photos

David Beckham and his family have managed to frustrate the L.A. paparazzi so far. They have tried camping outside his home, his parking spot at the soccer stadium and have even been invited in for breakfast at Beckham's home, but still have failed to come up with a usable photograph.

"Its not that we don't get our chances," said one photographer for the L.A. Times, "we've gotten plenty of things snapped, but his face is never in the photo, its either a blur or appears blank!"

"This may sound strange," said a National Enquirer reporter,"But there's a rumor I started that he may be a Werewolf. Everyone knows Werewolfs can't see their reflection or be photographed."

One of Beckham's new team mates, Emilio Sanchez said he thought it strange that Beckham was suppose to be at his first full team meeting the night of a full-moon and he failed to show, absorbing a stiff $50 fine, "Man, with the fine and all, I don't see how he couldn't be a Werewolf." Then someone reminded Sanchez about the $250,000,000 5 year contract. "Well yeah, but still $50 is $50 dollars, he's so down to earth, I think it still matters to him."

Werewolf or not, the U.S paparazzi seems to have a long ways to go to equal there European counterparts in tenacity and obnoxiousness. Beckham seems to be willing to give photos on his terms, to the L.A. photographers. "I take pity on them occasionally," he said, "So many of them are obese, I'm afraid they'll have heart attacks."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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