Soccer star David Beckham proved undoubtedly that men are sexy too in his new H&M ad, but much speculation has surfaced that the buff soccer used a stuntman - particularly one that had bigger private parts. But in a new report, Beckham assured that those are only his body parts in the ad, and no one else's.
The father of four and husband of Victoria Beckham appeared in a new short film directed by Guy Ritchie for his H&M Bodywear line. "Our David Beckham Bodywear collection focuses on fit, comfort and design," stated H&M's clothing site. In the 1:40 clip, Beckham takes on the role of an action hero running through the gardens of a residential area, dressed in only an army green pair of briefs and white slippers.
After appearing to be handing off a lunch box and saying goodbye to his wife in a black Range Rover truck, Beckham's robe gets caught in the door with his house keys inside his pocket. His pet dog watches him from the front door of his home, but that door slams too leaving Beckham locked out of his home. The ad features Beckham tapping into his athletic side - hopping over fences through his neighbor's backyards, swimming down an Olympic size pool, and even jumping over the hood of a car.
Throughout the clip, Beckham can be seen tugging away at his tiny boxer briefs.
Beckham slammed rumors and speculation that he used a body double and said during an appearance on French television show Le Grand Journal Thursday night, "I heard this the other day. Someone said that I had a stand-in for my bum, but no, I can confirm that's my bum."
A spokesperson for H&M said in a statement previously about the film, "David was very involved in the advert including doing most of the stunts. Due to his tight schedule a body double was used in smaller parts of the video."
The half-naked hunk added, "I can say the crotch is mine and the backside is mine as well."
The collection is currently in stores at H&M locations.