Video of man who found a spider in his headphones goes viral

Video of man who found a spider in his headphones goes viral

- A man shared footage wherein he found a huge spider snuggling inside his headphones

- He tried to bang and drop the headphones to take the spider out but his effort was not rewarded as the spider stayed on the same spot

- According to the owner, he initially felt that something was tickling his ear and to his surprise, it turned out that it was a big spider

- The owner of the headphones simply walked away after realizing that the spider does not ever want to leave

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A video of a spider snuggling inside the headphones has gone viral. According to the netizen who shared the video on Facebook, Olly Hurst, he felt that something was tickling his ear.

When he inspected it, he found out that there was a spider snuggling in one of the headphones.

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He tried to take it out but to no avail, and later he just left it there thinking that the spider might be feeling cozy already.

Some netizens stated that the hunter spider is not dangerous but has venom that could cause irritation.

The spider-headphone incident happened in Australia.

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Video of man who found a spider in his headphones goes viral

Photo: Screengrab ABC Perth
Source: Facebook

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