Cambridge United players, James Brophy and Macauley Bonne, spent their Easter Sunday helping a man in a mental health crisis.

That morning, the two footballers were driving through the city.

James saw a man having a mental health crisis after he noticed that something wasn't right.

So, he stopped and spoke to the man. Macauley then get out of the car to help at the scene.

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Both of the players stayed to help Cambridgeshire Police officers at the scene, and stayed with the man for around an hour until further help arrived.

The man is now receiving the medical support he needs.

Chief Superintendent Jon Hutchinson paid the players a visit yesterday to thank them in person.