Published: Thu, January 03, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Perth man’s spider fear triggers huge police response

Perth man’s spider fear triggers huge police response

"The toddler inside was screaming...called doesn't know them, but has seen them a few times when walking".

"Our officers attend the scene urgently and that is when they discovered the incident was related to a spider" said a spokesperson.

Repeated screams of "Why don't you die?!" reportedly spurred neighbours into action after they also heard a toddler crying, prompting an emergency call to the police, according to The Guardian. "Apologized for inconvenience to police", police said 20 minutes after the initial call was made.

The log closed with an update on both the family and the eight-legged creature: "No injuries sighted (except to spider)". From mild discontent to actual arachnophobia, catching sight of a spider by surprise will evoke some negative emotion in any living human who hasn't been so poisoned by contrarianism that they think gross things are cool.

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The snout is not the horn of the rhino , but below the horn near the rhino's mouth. "Yesterday was a trying day for our family". According to witnesses, the toddler stumbled and fell between two poles separating the public and the animals just after noon.


"It's great that it's only an incident involving a spider".

Police shared the police log of the incident on Twitter but later deleted it. The police log would be transcribed in a separate post, the spokesman said.

A Perth bloke has caused a massive Police response in the WA suburb of Wanneroo this morning.

Australia is known to have some of the most unsafe spiders in the world, although most of the 2,900 species are harmless. Jayden Burleigh, from Sydney, died after receiving treatment at a hospital.

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