Mum removes huge spider from car only to find ‘hundreds’ crawling over seats

A horrified mum removed a massive huntsman spider from her car, only to find "hundreds" of its babies covering the interior.

Emma had stopped her car on the motorway after spotting a spider in her car in Australia on Christmas Day.

However, despite removing it she noticed baby spiders appearing all over her car in the following days.

She decided to stop using the car and sprayed a bug bomb in it to get rid of the babies.

The bug bomb's mist revealed a terrifying set of web lines inside the vehicle, mainly in her front seat.

It had caught onto the spiders' silk lines and made them visible.

Speaking to the Daily Mail she said: "Over next couple of days when I was driving with my kids in the car, babies started coming out of nowhere."

The mum-of-three who has a five-year-old son and two daughters aged 10 and 12 added: "My eldest freaked out when she saw a baby in the front seat, the other two in the back turned into statues.

"When I opened the car, there were webs everywhere, the babies were coming down off the roof," she said.

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After posting about the terrifying experience on social media, some arachnophobic users told her to "burn the car".

However, Emma was able to clean the car and get rid of any dead spiders.

Her son was initially too scared to get in the "spider car" – however, he later realised it was clear to do so.

He even said: "You did a good job mum."

The insurance worker clarified the incident was not claimable, unfortunately.

Huntsman spiders are not considered dangerous, they are usually not aggressive and tend to run away rather than bite.

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