Video Shows Spider Setting Up Nest In Woman’s Ear And People Can’t Handle It

There are some people who are afraid of spiders and other people who take things to an entirely new level. What we are talking about is a condition known as arachnophobia; or a fear of spiders.

Of course, you don’t have to be afraid of spiders to truly appreciate just how much of an issue it would be if one of those eight-legged creatures happened to crawl inside your ear.

Photo: Facebook/Tyla

Most of us would freak out over the thought of it, and we might even be scratching our ears at this point, wondering just how easy it would be.

As it turns out, it really isn’t all that difficult for a spider to find its way into your ear and set up housekeeping. It happened to a woman in India, and they have a video that shows it.

When you watch the video, you can see the spider coming into view and it is inside the woman’s ear. It really makes you wonder, how did the spider get into her ear in the first place and why didn’t she notice that was there earlier?

Photo: Facebook/Tyla

Admittedly, this video isn’t brand-new and it has been circulating since 2018. If you happen to be somebody who has concerns over spiders, however, this is something that you may want to pay attention to.

I’m not saying that a spider is going to end up crawling into your ear and calling at home, but you may just want to keep some scotch tape handy. The last thing you want is to open your ear for a spider because once they get in, they may not want to come out.

Photo: Facebook/Tyla

As far as this situation is concerned, Tyla reports that the woman had fallen asleep and woke up with an earache. She asked her daughter to look in her ear and her daughter couldn’t find anything, but she continued to have discomfort.

Eventually, her husband rushed her to the hospital and they discovered that the spider was calling her ear home.

In speaking with NewsFlare, she said: “I was terrified as I could feel movement of a creature in my ear. The acute earache followed by sharp pains suffocated me. I couldn’t think of anything and was petrified when the doctor confirmed the presence of a spider in my ear.”

I think petrified is the right word for it.

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