David Beckham is confident enough with his feet, and it was unclear if the AC Milan midfielder is happy to show his religious side. Through what? Of course through the existing tattoos on his body.
Star player who is also the English national team midfielder reveals mystery white and black tattoo of The Man of Sorrow arable Matthew R Brooks, when he celebrated the Rossoneri 3-0 victory over Juventus at the Olimpico Turin, early Monday.
This tattoo is a tattoo depicting the four Christian icons, where Beckham placing it as a collection of diverse beliefs.
Despite two months of rest, but the former Manchester United player is still sharp before joining again with Milan. Beckham already has a cross tattoo on his neck behind him, only inches from the tattoo 'guardian angels' are inscribed on the shoulder and the angel on his left shoulder.
However, in his first biography, My World, David expressed his strong bound with Yahudisme.
"I was probably more related to Yahudisme than other religions. I used to wear a traditional Jewish skullcap when I was younger and I also some times go to Jewish weddings with my grandfather, "I Beckham as quoted from The Dailymail.
Last December, he was wearing a Jewish skullcap while attending the funeral of his grandfather, Joe West to respect the Jewish faith of his grandfather.
Beckham also tattoo written in Hebrew language, including his wife, Victoria with Jewish writings that read, "I am my beloved, my beloved is mine."
While Beckham's new tattoo, located close to the ribs on the right side, on his left hand, there is a tattoo bearing the name of Victoria, although not really writing in Hindi, below that again the writing train, Ut Amen Et Foveam which means, 'So I love and dear ".
On his body again, Beckham also tattooed Mandarin writing that reads, "Death and life depends on choices, rich and honorable depends on heaven."
Beckham also tattooed the name of his three sons, Brooklyn's first above the waist, her second child, Cruz and Romeo to be near a tattoo angel wings on her back.
In his right hand, Beckham also mentatonya with Roman writings VII, the number one jersey that he wore when playing in Manchester United.