They say nothing good happens after midnight, but this group is proving that mantra wrong.
CCTV camera footage captured five young men standing around a broken bike rack in Lincolnshire, England, at around 3 am. You half expect them to pull a prank, but instead they spend about 13 minutes fixing the rack.
Councillor Stephen Woodliffe, from Boston Borough Council, told BBC News that the men's actions show they have "a good and responsible attitude to what's happening in their town."
"Young people often get a bad press," Woodliffe said, "and this shows there are some who want to contribute to their society and do the right thing."
The 3-minute clip has made us nostalgic for the Russian dash cam compilation of random acts of kindness that went viral in May.
It all goes to show that getting "caught on camera" doesn't have to be a bad thing.