According to the BBC, a 21-year-old Australian man was recently bit by a poisonous spider on his penis. As if that weren't bad enough, this marks the second time in five months this man's penis has fallen victim to a poisonous spider bite. Here is what we wrote the first time it happened to him back in April.
And you thought you were having a bad 2016.
The man, identified only as Jordan, said both incidents occurred while he was using a port-a-potty while he worked on building sites.
"I was sitting on the toilet doing my business and just felt the sting that I felt the first time," Jordan told BBC. "I was like 'I can't believe it's happened again.' I looked down and I've seen a few little legs come from around the rim." He also added that he was bitten in "pretty much the same spot" as the last time around.
As if anyone needed another reason to avoid using portable toilets.
Although the type of spider that bit Jordan this time around was not identified, last time it was a redback spider. They are common to Australia, and bite around 2,000 people yearly. Redback bites cause nausea, sweating, shivers and severe pain.
Jordan was treated at Blacktown Hospital in Sydney. He and his penis are expected to make a full recovery.