Following the death of Ugo Ehiogu, who collapsed at Tottenham's training ground on Thursday, it emerged that the last update posted on his Twitter account urged people to "do something kind."
"Gave a homeless girl £10 last night in Dalston," he wrote on March 29. "She didn't ask or beg. Random impulsive act from me. Not gona lie. Felt good. #dosomethingkind."
In tribute to the footballer, fans have been spreading his hashtag and sharing accounts of their own good deeds, big and small, inspired by Ugo.
Taxi drove dropped off a stroke victim at the wrong doctors surgery so I gave him a lift where he needed to be #dosomethingkind— Olly's Andromeda (@Olly_Kante_Stop) 21 April 2017
I've been taking an elderly man shopping most weeks when I've finished work & I'll continue to #dosomethingkind— Ric Thompson (@Rictainment) 21 April 2017
Poor lad racing around looking for his dog.. I found it yay #dosomethingkind— kerrymay-b (@flowermay571) 21 April 2017
Once a week, I like to give a sandwich to the homeless guy outside Farringdon tube station. Not gonna lie... it feels good #dosomethingkind— Matt Wilson (@mattwilson_1983) 21 April 2017
#dosomethingkind Gave my 24 hour car park ticket to someone to avoid them paying ��— John Hill (@inspiringJH) 21 April 2017