Ahead of the premiere of David Beckham's BBC documentary Into The Unknown, his wife, fashion designer Victoria Beckham, has poked fun at his fear of insects. In a series of three tweets, the internationally renowned designer posted three stills of David in the documentary with cartoon insects and animals running up his back and perching on his shoulders.
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In a nod to David's fear of frogs, in one of the pictures a frog sits on top of David's head.
During a recent interview with Michael Palin, David was asked about some of the terrifying experiences of the trip and he recalled being left shaken when a frog appeared on his tent - to which Michael replied: "You are a wimp really. David Attenborough would have interviewed it."
David admitted: "I am not a big frog fan. It was bright orange and I was told it was pretty dangerous. I was a little bit nervous about that."
In a recent trailer for the documentary, which follows David and friends explore the Brazilian rainforest in the run up to the 2014 World Cup, Victoria jokingly asks: "what are you going to do about your hair?" as David shows Victoria and eldest son Brooklyn a map of his planned travels throughout the Amazon rainforest.
During the trip, David spoke to Davi, the first-ever Yanomami shaman to have published a book, about the problems facing his tribe, including the illegal gold mining that has been taking place on their land.