The fastest man in the world, Usian Bolt, has been pictured as he digs the grave of his dear friend who passed away recently.
Usain Bolt helps dig the grave for his late friend Germaine Mason
A new video has emerged on the internet showing Usain Bolt digging the grave of tragic Team GB Olympic silver medallist, Germaine Mason.
The Sun UK reports that Bolt, the 100m and 200m world record-holder was very close to Mason, who died last month in a motorbike accident in Jamaica.
Bolt was present when the accident happened. And now he can be seen helping to lay his good friend to rest.
Mason died on the spot after he lost control of his motorcycle while trying to swerve to avoid oncoming traffic in Kingston.
Bolt, who was part of the main convoy, was one of the first on the scene.
Usain Bolt and Germaine Mason together at Oktoberfest in Munich
Mason won a silver medal for high jump at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and has been pals with Bolt since 2002.
The Jamaican posted a tribute to his friend shortly after the tragic accident.
Mason is set to be buried on May 21.
Bolt (left) is seen with Mason (centre) at a gathering in the Caribbean nine weeks ago
Mason was close to Bolt, and attended the sprint superstar's film premiere last year