South Yorkshire Police has made history by issuing a protection order for their first identified male victim of forced marriage.
The force described the move as a "huge step forward" in their efforts to prevent "honour-based abuse".
The force said it issued a forced marriage protection order on the man, 19, after it was found that he had received threats for not complying to a marriage, to which he had promised his family he would consent when he was just five years old.
In a statement, Detective Inspector Suzanne Jackson claimed that although the force had issued numerous forced marriage protection orders for girls and women, this case was their first for a male.
South Yorkshire Police said it has also obtained protection orders for the teenager's three younger siblings.