A woman who was abused for using disabled toilets wants more people to recognise invisible disabilities.
Zoe Young has Crohn's disease and was criticised during the interval of a theatre performance at Loughborough Town Hall.
After raising the issue on social media, she received support from thousands, including the venue.
Within days Charnwood Borough Council put up a sign stating "Not every disability is visible".
It's believed around 1 in 100 people in the UK are living with the condition.
The charity Crohn's and Colitis UK says what happened to Zoe is not uncommon.