Moment driver sees not one but TWO gigantic hunter-spiders on the car in front

Terrifying moment driver does not see one, but TWO giant hunter spiders ride on the car in front

  • Video is posted online the moment a driver sees two spiders in a car
  • The terrifying video has been viewed almost 80,000 times in 20 hours
  • The footage is probably filmed in Adelaide, South Australia

Terrifying video has been posted online of what looks like two giant spiders that go on the back of the car of an unsuspecting motorist.

In the video, filmed from a car driving behind the white sedan, it looks like two large black spiders are visible on the tailgate and the right-hand door at the back.

The video, which was posted on Wednesday and is believed to have been recorded in Adelaide, has been viewed almost 80,000 times in the 20 hours since the upload.

Terrifying video has been posted online of what looks like two giant spiders going on the back of an unsuspecting motorist

Terrifying video has been posted online of what looks like two giant spiders going on the back of an unsuspecting motorist

In the video, filmed from a car behind the white sedan, what appears to be two large black spiders on the tailgate and the right door on the right

In the video, filmed from a car behind the white sedan, what appears to be two large black spiders on the tailgate and the right door on the right

In the video, filmed from a car behind the white sedan, what appears to be two large black spiders on the tailgate and the right door on the right

Social media viewers were understandably shocked when they saw the hairy lifters.

& # 39; No, no, no, no & # 39 ;, a user said.

& # 39; Burn the car, & # 39; another said.

& # 39; Oh my god, certainly not, & # 39; added a third.

The video has been uploaded by Instagram user Dominique Zeccola from Adelaide.

It is not known what type of spiders appear in the video, although they are similar in size to hunters or even funnel web spiders, although the latter are not found in South Australia.

St John Ambulance says that the treatment of a spider bite is to reassure and calm the patient, apply an elastic bandage firmly to the affected limb, immobilize the patient and call an ambulance.

The video has been uploaded by Instagram user Dominique Zeccola from Adelaide

The video has been uploaded by Instagram user Dominique Zeccola from Adelaide

The video has been uploaded by Instagram user Dominique Zeccola from Adelaide

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