Australia: A woman that was driving her vehicle at 100 kilometers per hour was left in complete shock after she spotted a huntsman spider behind her rear view mirror.
I mean, luckily she didn’t crash that car.
Monique Fogarty, the woman, was travelling down a highway in Australia whens he saw the huntsman spider.
The good thuing about this is that she did not freak out and did not cause an accident.
Despite being in complete shock, she stayed calm, and drove on safely until she could pull over.
According to reports, the woman was driving down the Tuggeranong Parkway, a major motorway in Canberra, when the incident happened.
Talking about the incident, she said:
I squealed as it gave me a fright when it came out of nowhere. But after the initial fright I was calm and unbothered.
The woman also took a picture of the massive huntsman spider that was inside her car and shared it on Facebook.
She shared the picture with the caption:
Am I right in guessing this is a huntsman that almost killed me by popping out from behind my rear vision mirror while I was going 100km/h.
Here are some comments that were left on the post of Monique that she made on Facebook:
Huntsman spiders are big, but they rarely attack humans.
They are also known for entering cars or areas where they can hide properly.
They are widely found in Australia.
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