Sunday, 22 November 2015

Mother Discovers Venomous ‘Erection-Giving’ Spider Eggs In Her Iceland Bananas

A mother-of-two was shocked to find venomous spider eggs in bananas she has bought for her children.
Samantha Frampton, 24, found Brazilian Wandering Spider eggs infested in the bananas imported from Colombia - which has a lethal bite that can kill a human in just two hours.
Samantha carefully wrapped the bananas in a plastic bag and left them outside, but is now worried her house may be infested.
The Brazilian Wandering Spider’s venom is currently being studied for use in erectile dysfunction treatments - as it can give male victims a painful four-hour erection. 
These spiders hide in banana plants during day thus explaining how they could have entered the fruit bought from Iceland.
Samantha, from Barnstaple in Devon, said: ‘I -READ MORE-

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