A man has honoured a drink-driving victim on the anniversary of his death by offering free lifts home to people out drinking.
Alex Sheen, founder of the "because I said I would" movement, stood outside "the busiest bar" in his Ohio neighbourhood and held a sign offering free lifts in his car.
Mr Sheen wrote on the Imgur site, "The first group I picked up was a bachelorette party. I let them play their own music ... They were very nice and kept trying to tip me".
Although he would not accept payment, the girl in the passenger seat - called Bobbi - left $38 in the vehicle, which he donated to the charity Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
He made the gesture in honour of Vincent Canzani, who died on 22 June last year in a fatal car crash.
In September, Matthew Cordle admitted causing the accident while drink-driving in a video posted on YouTube titled "I killed a man," which Mr Sheen filmed.
Cordle was jailed for six and a half years and suspended from driving for life.
"I wanted to spend last night doing what Matt would have done if he was a free man," Mr Sheen said. "Please make the promise never to drink and drive".