UK mounted police chase down man holding mobile phone while driving

Officers on horseback deployed to reduce use of phones by motorist; driver faces £200 fine and six points on licence

Two mounted police officers have chased down a man spotted holding his mobile phone while driving.

Officers on horses have been deployed across the UK in order to reduce the number of people using a phone while at the wheel. Avon and Somerset police are involved in the enforcement operation led by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) over the next three weeks.

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