Brooklyn Beckham gets TWO parking tickets in the same day as he parks his Land Rover Defender outside work and then again when he pops to Greggs for lunch
- Brooklyn Beckham, 20, slapped with two parking fines in the same day
- Found first on his Land Rover Defender's windscreen while at Rankin intern job
- Received the second when he nipped out to get a lunch from Greggs
- Father David Beckham was banned from driving for six months for using phone
He might only be an apprentice in his new job, but socialite Brooklyn Beckham has been racking up parking fines like one of Hollywood's most well-paid stars.
The young photography intern was first slapped with a parking ticket on his Land Rover Defender after he rolled into work.
The 20-year-old has been working alongside renowned photographer Rankin at his studio in West London.
Brooklyn Beckham has been racking up parking fines like one of Hollywood's richest. He is pictured picking up the first ticket at 10.03am which was handed out while he was in work
Despite not earning a large salary, Brooklyn has got himself a pimped up Land Rover like his father, David Beckham.
The first ticket Brooklyn acquired came at 10.03 in the morning while inside work.
He was spotted coming outside to peel the yellow packet off of his windscreen.
But unable to learn his lesson, he was slapped with a second parking ticket when he nipped to lunch at 1.15pm.
Only three hours later, Brooklyn was hit with a second fine for parking inappropriately again while out on lunch break
It has been reported that Brooklyn has struggled to do well during his internship with photographer Rankin, and has needed help with even some of the 'simplest of tasks'
Brooklyn, who's parents are said to be worth a cool £165 million, previously worked as a Barista in a West London coffee shop for £2.68 an hour
Playing every part the young apprentice, he was seen strolling into a Greggs to pick up a hearty meal on his break.
It has also been reported that Brooklyn has struggled to get to grips with even some of the easiest jobs during his internship and is having to be treated like a novice.
A source told the Sun: 'Everyone knew Brooklyn’s work needed fine tuning but no one knew his knowledge of the simplest tasks was so off.
The second ticket came during Brooklyn's trip to lunch, for which he made a trip into Greggs and was also seen holding a Pret A Manger bag
'Everyone had high hopes for him but it’s not been the most impressive start.
'He’s lacking in most areas. But he’s trying to make up for it in enthusiasm.'
Brooklyn, who's parents are said to be worth a cool £165 million, previously worked as a Barista in a West London coffee shop for £2.68 an hour.
David Beckham was banned from driving for six months after he admitted to using his phone while driving in November.