A group of men hanging out in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, were caught on closed-circuit television cameras fixing a bike rack.
The footage shows the inebriated friends discussing a repair strategy before spending almost 13 minutes straightening the metal hook — the rack had been damaged weeks ago when a car reversed into it at 3 a.m.
"We recorded the whole sequence. At first two lads had a go and then encouraged others to help. At one point five were pushing and pulling. To look at the bike rack now, you would hardly know it had been damaged," Peter Hunn, principal community safety officer at Boston borough council, told the Guardian.
"The night-time economy is not all about bad lads doing bad things."
Councillor Stephen Woodliffe, from Boston Borough Council, praised their "remarkable" actions.
"Young people often get a bad press and this shows there are some who want to contribute to their society and do the right thing," he said.
"It shows young people acting in a very positive andRead More »from Late-night revellers get caught doing the unexpected: fixing bike rack