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This October 2012 photo released by H & M shows soccer star David Beckham on the set of his newest ad campaign for his bodywear collection in Los Angeles. The ad is more like a film short, directed by Guy Ritchie. Beckham stars as an action hero, saving the day in Los Angeles in his boxer briefs and bedroom slippers. (Associated Press/H&M)
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This October 2012 photo released by H & M shows soccer star David Beckham on the set of his newest ad campaign for his bodywear collection in Los Angeles. The ad is more like a film short, directed by Guy Ritchie. Beckham stars as an action hero, saving the day in Los Angeles in his boxer briefs and bedroom slippers. (Associated Press/H&M)

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