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David Beckham's youngest son clearly has a knack for strange yet functional gifts, having recently bought his dad a testicle trimmer.
David, 45, took to Instagram to show off a present from son Cruz, 15, posting a photo of the trimmer and its box, which said 'We save balls' on the side.
Adding a GIF that said 'Smooth', Becks also wrote: "Things my son buys all us Beckham boys. Thanks @CruzBeckham."
The gadget comes from a brand called Balls, which claims to help users achieve 'beautiful, shining balls'.
A standard trimmer will set you back £55, but you can also upgrade to a £10,000 version that comes with '24k gold tweezers' so you can 'groom like a don'.
"Nobody wants to be the owner of a pair of basic balls," a product description online reads.
"If you're tired of nicking your sack, the BALLS trimmer is designed to glide over those bad boys using SackSafe technology. No snags, no cuts: just beautiful, shining balls. It's the glo up of the century."
One happy customer posted a review on the website, saying he'd had an 'other worldy experience', while someone else claimed to now own the 'smoothest gooch in the North-West'.
"Smooth and clean," they said.
"Took around 10 mins to give my entire nether regions the best shave they've seen in roughly eight years."
A third person said they felt like a 'new man' after using theirs, adding: "I came out the bathroom feeling like a new man. Easy to use product, the waterproof feature is a life saver. Definitely recommend."
Of course, the present couldn't have been more apt for the footballing legend, who was dubbed Goldenballs after wife Victoria, 46, admitted she'd come up with a new nickname for him.
Speaking on Parkinson in 2001, Victoria discussed how David had managed to turn his career around after famously getting sent off the pitch during the 1998 World Cup, angering England fans.
Victoria said: "What better person to look at than my own husband to see how somebody can turn that all around? I call him Goldenballs now."
Laughing, she added: "That's one of those things I shouldn't have said."
The name stuck, and soon it wasn't just Victoria using the shiny new name, but also the rest of the nation.
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