Trader with a fear of spiders, completely unaware that a hunter is right in front of him

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Trader with ‘a fear of spiders’ is filmed cutting into a piece of metal … with a fearsome arachnid lurking on the other side

  • A merchant is filmed working on a piece of metal and unaware of a giant spider
  • His buddy who filmed the meeting knows he has a deep fear of spiders
  • Some thought the viral video was hilarious, but others were shocked and called it cruel

An arachnophobic merchant was captured working on a piece of metal without knowing that a giant spider was lurking on the other side.

His mate filmed the hide-crawling encounter in Australia and posted the clip on TikTok with the caption ‘if you know someone hates spiders, don’t say anything’.

Some social media users found the viral video, which has now been viewed 4.8 million times, hilarious, but others said the joke was going too far.

An arachnophobic merchant was captured working on a piece of metal without knowing that a giant spider lurked on the other side

An arachnophobic merchant was captured working on a piece of metal without knowing that a giant spider lurked on the other side

“OMFG, that’s pure evil,” one person wrote.

Others said, ‘I would hate you’ and ‘mate that’s bloody cruel’.

Bro not cool. Look at the size of that thing! Another said.

While there were guesses among international TikTok users whether the creepy creep was actually a spider or a scorpion, Australians were quick to identify the creature.

‘I guarantee all of you it was a hunter they actually run here in Australia,’ the person joked.

Although they look dangerous and intimidating, they are not poisonous and do not pose a serious threat to adults.

“Why don’t you just pick it up, they’re harmless?” A TikTok user said.

Some social media users found the viral video, which has now been viewed 4.8 million times, hilarious, but others said the joke went too far

Some social media users found the viral video, which has now been viewed 4.8 million times, hilarious, but others said the joke went too far

Some social media users found the viral video, which has now been viewed 4.8 million times, hilarious, but others said the joke went too far

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