Hey, hey, hey! If you hate spiders, have I got a story for you! A mother in Sydney, Australia recently went into her daughter’s bedroom and discovered a literal nightmare come to life when she spotted HUNDREDS of spiders crawling around on the walls and the ceiling.
Seriously, what is up, Australia?
The mom, Claudia Domrose, is heard on video asking her daughter, who had called her into the room – for obvious reasons, “Are you moving out now? Shall we burn the house down?”
The answer to both questions is obviously, yes.
Claudia told 9 News that when she first pulled back a curtain she saw 50 or 60 spiders.
Then her daughter informed her that she needed to look at the other side of the room where another batch was gathering.
A friend of Claudia’s, Peta Rogers, told ABC News, “She got home yesterday and her daughter came out of her room and said to her mum ‘there’s a couple of spiders in my room. Can I stay in your room tonight?'”
So, for everyone saying it's Photoshopped, here is her actual video. pic.twitter.com/2Zcro0nra7
— 💧 Petie R 🇦🇺🌟🦄🌱🌈🌏 (@PrinPeta) January 28, 2021
Claudia was left unconcerned.
“We just left them there because they are baby huntsman, I actually like huntsman, so I was like, I’m not going to do anything,” she told 9 News.
“They’re just going to walk away… let nature be.”
Claudia said her daughter joked she wouldn’t sleep in the room again. However, she did sleep in the room, choosing to sleep at the opposite end of her bed.
Claudia said she tries not to panic in situations, however, the family did have a panicked moment when they attempted to leave the window open for the spiders yesterday.
The windy weather blew the spiders back inside, leaving some hanging on their webs. Claudia and her daughter then scrambled to collect them all with little glasses.
The spider have since left the home.
As for joking that they should burn the house down, it’s not as funny as it sounds, because Claudia said her family home actually did burn down last year.
Actually, you would not believe the irony of this (&, no, they're happier now) 💕💗💕— 💧 Petie R 🇦🇺🌟🦄🌱🌈🌏 (@PrinPeta) January 28, 2021
She & her kids moved into this house a few months ago after their last home burnt down early last year & they lost everything.
Still… you gotta burn it down to the ground now, right?
its not that bad! just keep an eye out for: snakes, spiders, giant centipedes, scorpions, crocs, sharks, water buffalo, drop bears, jellyfish, blue ringed octopus, stonefish, conefish, paralysis tick, bull ant, platypus, cassowary, and the occasional pissed off emu.
— Evan King-Macskasy (@EMacskasy) January 27, 2021