David Beckham is a top bloke, it seems.
But he can’t half be flash.
The Man United legend – who won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and one Champions League during his time at Old Trafford – has got on board with the 22-day press-up challenge. And he got on board in style.
Seventy-nine floors up in a luxury apartment building, mounting a tuneful piano, his tattooed body dressed in nothing but a pair of designer underpants and with red wine in shot, Becks set about smashing his 22 press-ups.
As Becks says himself, this is all for a great cause, to raise awareness for Post-traumatic stress disorder.
“Mr Ritchie. You’ve challenged me to doing 22 press-ups continuously in 22 days,” Becks says in the video.
“I accept your challenge not because you asked me. I accept it for the 22 serviceman that take their life from PTSD every single day.”
Brooklyn Beckham and Justin Theroux were tagged in the post, meaning Golden Balls has thrown the 22-day challenge onto them.