A Pakistani high school student is wowing people with his incredible talent of bending his shoulders 360 degrees and then touching his neck and waist with absolute ease.
Abdullah Shah, 17, performs his unbelievable acts in local parks and gardens in his hometown Lahore, Pakistan, for fun.
The boy is so flexible that he can dislocate his shoulders and bend them backwards enabling his hands to touch his neck, shoulder blades and waist and surprisingly relocates them back.
Shah, who learnt the tricks by himself, proudly says he has never suffered any injury after the performance.
“It is like a cakewalk for me. I have been doing these for years now. It is so much fun. Not only bend my shoulders but I can also bend my hands and legs,” the boy says as he boasts about his elasticity.
It all started four years ago when Shah, a fitness freak, was exercising at home. He had simply put pressure on his shoulders in an attempt to expand them but that resulted in dislocation.
But Shah was surprised when he could get them back to place without any pain.
He says: “I used to exercise daily. One day by chance I expanded and bent my shoulders. The result was amazing. I came to know that I can not just easily dislocate my shoulders but also relocate them without pain. I started practicing and gradually excelled in it.”
The teenager now wishes to achieve fame through his talent but aspires to become a doctor for a living.