Chris Eubank was aided by David Haye in his attempts to console a woman who was hit by a car on a busy London street.
The former world champions just happened to bump into one another by coincidence as they tended to the victim after being knocked down by a Mercedes.
Chris Eubank tended to the stricken woman on the street of London
Eubank dismissed claims he was a hero, instead insisting he was simply performing his civic duty.
Yet the former super-middleweight world champion sprung immediately into action when the stranger was involved in the traffic incident.
He told The Sun: “My friend and I did our civic duty when I stopped my car to attend a lady who had been hit by another car.
“We promptly stopped to ensure she was safe and well. We both wish her a speedy recovery.”
David Haye joined the former super-middleweight world champion on the roadside
Videos posted to social media show the 54-year-old tending to the victim on the ground and kneeling next to her whilst looking for her mobile phone.
As Eubank tried to assemble the emergency services, he was joined by former heavyweight world champion Haye at the scene near Victoria Embankment.
“I was the first to get there and I comforted her on the floor,” he added. “David happened to be walking by at the same time and asked ‘can I help too’. We believe the girl is ok.
“Her mobile phone had been knocked out of her hand and had fallen under a car.
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“I got on all fours and went under the car – I found it – I was frightened somebody may run it over.”
Haye was reportedly on his way back from a meeting when he saw the incident and volunteered to help.