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A woman got the fear of her life when she walked into her house to find a giant hunter in the corner of her ceiling

& # 39; Kill it with fire! & # 39; Monster hunter spider & # 39; as big as a hand & # 39; invades an Australian home and frightens a woman – because she cannot catch it successfully

  • The woman was startled by her life when she found a giant hunter on her ceiling
  • Laree Clarke called on Facebook to remove the monstrous spider
  • Many people suggested that she burned down her entire house to ensure her safety
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A woman got the fear of her life when she walked into her house to find a giant hunter in the corner of her ceiling.

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Laree Clarke posted the call on Facebook to remove the monstrous spider from her Bluewater home in Townsville, Queensland.

& # 39; Is there anyone who can remove this from my house? & # 39; Now! ??? & # 39; placed them accompanied by two photos of the spider floating in the corner.

A woman got the fear of her life when she walked into her house to find a giant hunter in the corner of her ceiling

A woman got the fear of her life when she walked into her house to find a giant hunter in the corner of her ceiling

Laree Clarke posted the call on Facebook to remove the monstrous spider from her Bluewater home in Townsville, northern Queensland

Laree Clarke posted the call on Facebook to remove the monstrous spider from her Bluewater home in Townsville, northern Queensland

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Laree Clarke posted the call on Facebook to remove the monstrous spider from her Bluewater home in Townsville, northern Queensland

Mrs. Clarke received a series of responses, many of which suggested she chose fire to get rid of the eight-legged intruder.

& # 39; Kill it with fire, & # 39; said one woman, while another told her to ask the spider & # 39; pay rent & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Probably it is now easier to set fire to your house, & # 39; wrote a man.

Mrs. Clarke said she was trying to remove the spider with a container, but failed because it was the size of an adult's hand.

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& # 39; I don't have a container that big! When I got close to it with the telephone light, it dawned on me that I raised my teeth and legs. Hell nahhh! & # 39; she wrote.

Another user suggested that she tried to burn the spider with a spray can and lighter, but others warned against it.

& # 39; I encourage you not to follow the Mt Isa approach, which is a deodorant and lighter, because you can burn down the house and make the news, & # 39; wrote a woman.

Mrs. Clarke & # 39; s call was answered and she managed to get the spider out of her house and release it safely.

& # 39; Is there anyone who can remove this from my house? & # 39; Now! ??? & # 39; placed them accompanied by two photos of the spider floating in the corner

& # 39; Is there anyone who can remove this from my house? & # 39; Now! ??? & # 39; placed them accompanied by two photos of the spider floating in the corner

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& # 39; Is there anyone who can remove this from my house? & # 39; Now! ??? & # 39; placed them accompanied by two photos of the spider floating in the corner

Mrs. Clarke received a series of responses, many of which suggested she chose fire to get rid of the eight-legged intruder

Mrs. Clarke received a series of responses, many of which suggested she chose fire to get rid of the eight-legged intruder

Mrs. Clarke received a series of responses, many of which suggested she chose fire to get rid of the eight-legged intruder

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