A woman dislocates her shoulders when she sneezes.
Lauren Harry, 20, has to brace herself for pain every time she is about to sneeze, and her shoulders have even been known to pop out of place up to 20 times a day when she drives over a speed bump, coughs or merely stumbles.
Lauren - who is thought to have a genetic condition called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, which means her collagen is too weak to hold her limbs in place - told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It really hurts but I hardly ever cry. I don't want other people to see me in pain.
"People ask me why I don't just claim benefits and stay at home, but I'm in the same amount of pain wherever I am and I'd rather be working.