Drivers face being prosecuted in the West Midlands if they do not give cyclists enough room on the road.
West Midlands Police is the first force in the country to target drivers who do not leave a safe passing distance when overtaking bikes.
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West Midlands Police have revealed that a male caller contacted them last night because an application on his phone wasn't working.
The man called police to complain that he wasn't able to use his Snapchat app. He was reminded that this wasn't an appropriate reason to call 999.
A male has this evening rang 999 because his Snapchat app is not working. He was strongly advised re use of the 999 service.