His Super Bowl ad got Roland Martin all fired up, but the CNN commentator isn't the only one making headlines for an incident involving David Beckham.
He may be the most famous soccer player in the world, but that didn't stop a referee from giving the 36-year-old a red card at a children's match in L.A.
Before his son Romeo took the field, "there was a penalty given" to a young player from another team, Beckham recalled on The Jonathan Ross Show.
"The kids are 7 years old and [the referee] sent the kid off. And I was like, 'Come on, he's 7 years old, referee! You can't send him off,'" Becks said.
"And he looked at me and was like, 'Yes, I can.'"
Beckham grew defiant and fought back, arguing: "You can't - he's 7 years old!' And [the ref] came over and he gave me a red card," the L.A. Galaxy star said.
"He told me to get out of the park. For real."
The British superstar/underwear model "went to the other side of the gate" for the duration of the game, "and I came back when my son's game was on."
Beckham's presence is usually welcomed at local sporting events: "The dads like seeing me there," David admitted, "and I coach the kids at times."
Tell us: Would you give David Beckham a red card if he were questioning your calls as a referee? Or stare in awe and ask him for an autograph?