A cyclist found a spider on his bike and went in for a closer look. He shouldn't have.

A cyclist found a spider on his bike and went in for a closer look. He shouldn't have.
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A look that says "no pictures."

Get a good look. Because if you ever find one of these spiders on your bike, your car, or anything else it feels like resting on, just stay the hell away from it. Whatever you do, don't take out your phone to shoot a closeup video of the thing, like cyclist David Hesson. Because it could turn out to be a jumping spider. As in, "get too close and I'll have you jumping out of your clothes."

There are so many clearly fake videos uploaded every day, it's refreshing to see one where a guy lets out the kind of blood-curdling wail that screams authenticity. Literally. Also, spiders are incredibly hard to train, so I'm pretty sure it's legit.

(by Jonathan Corbett)

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