Store In Austria Closes After Spider Found That Could Cause Permanent “Stiffness” In Men

A supermarket in Austria has evacuated after the store manager spotted a spider that is reportedly capable of causing permanent “stiffness” in men…among other problems. Emergency services warn this particular creature may be a highly venomous Brazilian Wandering Spider, which reached Europe by hiding in bunches of bananas.

Among other reasons to be afraid of Guinness World Record’s world’s most venomous arachnid, bites from a Wandering Spider can also cause severe cramping, tachycardia, and in some cases…death. The Penny, which is 45 miles west of Vienna, expects to be closed until next week.

Source: Daily Mail

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