Charges against the London mortgage broker who walked into the England football players' dressing room after the World Cup match against Algeria have been dropped.
Pavlos Joseph, 32, is employed by Vista Finance in Westow Hill, which specialises in mortgages, insurance and protection advice.
Cape Town Magistrates' Court heard Joseph paid a 750 rand (£65) admission of guilt fine on Tuesday.
A separate case against Sunday Mirror journalist Simon Wright, who is accused of sheltering Joseph from police, has been delayed until 7 July.
Joseph was accused of "being in an area without being in possession of the necessary accreditation".
The broker entered the England dressing room at Cape Town's Green Point stadium after the team's 0-0 draw with Algeria on 18 June.
He claims he exchanged words with David Beckham before being escorted out.
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