Fans Forced David Beckham To check out of his £20,000-per-night penthouse In Qatar after nearly a week

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David Beckham checked out of his five-star hotel in Qatar after fans discovered that he has been staying there for nearly a week.

David Beckham checks out of his £20,000-per-night penthouse in a five-star hotel in Qatar after nearly a week

The luxurious Baraha View room at the Mandarin Oriental in Doha, which can cost up to £20,000 a night, is where the former England star is said to have been spending time.

The accommodation is on the top floor of the hotel and has a private dining area, concierge, outdoor courtyard, private pool, and gym.

However, the Mail Online claims that Beckham left his accommodations over the weekend once word got out about his location.

According to a source, “The staff have loved having him here and referred to him as ‘Sir David’ because he was so respectful and respected back by everyone.”

“He wasn’t seen much at all by the other guests because he had a lovely suite which is like a hotel within a hotel, meaning he didn’t need to mix with them.”

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“He’s been very polite and charming to the staff and seems like a very decent man. Sir David is one of the most famous men in world football and it’s been an honour having him here.”

“It’s a pity he’s no longer here but I’m sure he’ll be back. Who wouldn’t love staying here?”

The football star apparently benefited from having a personal chef throughout his stay and admired the breathtaking views from the opulent city apartment.

His menu reportedly includes rare Japanese Kobe beef and a variety of pasta dishes.

Beckham has been entering and exiting the opulent hotel through a special lobby entrance to avoid being seen by paparazzi.

He has apparently been driven around the capital on game days in a dark limousine.

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In addition, while serving as the public relations representative for the Qatari organizing committee, Beckham invested time in enhancing his understanding of regional culture.

He has already spent an afternoon taking pictures of outstanding technological light shows and sizable, colorful art exhibits at the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha.

David Beckham checks out of his £20,000-per-night penthouse in a five-star hotel in Qatar after nearly a week

Though his wife Victoria and their children are reportedly in the UK, he has been living the opulent Qatari lifestyle alone.

The former football star has been in the news recently after signing a reported ten-year £150 million contract to serve as Qatar’s ambassador.

Commentators have criticized him for his affiliation with the gulf country because of its human rights record and its attitude toward women and the LGBT community, notably comedian Joe Lycett.

But Beckham has maintained a low profile and avoided making any comments since the competition started.

What did David Beckham do?

After Friday’s 0-0 World Cup tie, David Beckham risked alienating some of his American admirers by standing with England.

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The age-old argument of “football vs. soccer” was hotly debated during England and the USA’s hard-fought draw in Group B on social media and in the Al Bayt Stadium.

For many years, English sports have been led by football. One of the most basic yet popular games in the world only requires the ball and the goals.

But in other countries, football is defined differently, with a different ball, pitch, goals, and fanfare.

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