Aussie woman selling car after being terrorised by spiders

Living in Australia we all know that creepy crawlies are part of the everyday, but one woman who been terrorised by a huge spider while driving TWICE is now considering selling her car.

Bianca Merrick went viral recently after sharing spin-tingling footage of a huge 10cm huntsman spider clinging to the inside of her Volkswagen Golf directly above her head as she drove.

The 24-year-old drove 20 minutes with the hairy spider sitting just inches from her face but thought she had been able to get rid of it.

But she’s now shared an even more horrifying video after coming eye to eye with the eight-legged interloper while she drove again.

“I couldn't believe the same thing happened twice,” Bianca, from Coffs Harbour, NSW, says.

Bianca snapped this terrifying photo of the huge huntsman in her car. Photo: Caters News
Bianca snapped this terrifying photo of the huge huntsman in her car. Photo: Caters News

"After I couldn't find it the morning after it appeared the first time, I was super confident it was no longer in the car and had got out.

"But as I parked up last night, it came out from the passenger side and started crawling up the passenger window right at me.

"I was just freaking out.”

Bianca freaked out and drove for 20 minutes. Photo: Caters News
Bianca freaked out and drove for 20 minutes. Photo: Caters News

In Bianca's original viral video, the huge insect can be seen on the car's sun visor but after she couldn't find the critter the next day, she continued to drive her car daily.

“Obviously I was petrified, I didn't know what to do. If I pulled over and tried to flick it out I was scared I would flick it onto me which would have been even worse,” she remembers.

"So I decided to continue the whole way home, which was at least another 20 minutes.

"This time I got my dad to help me get it out of the car and set it free.”

She couldn't believe it happened twice. Photo: Caters News
She couldn't believe it happened twice. Photo: Caters News

While she is still driving the car, Bianca says she makes sure the windows remain firmly closed.

"I'm a bit worried it could have left a nest before we got rid of it – maybe I'll have to think about selling my car," she says.

"But this whole thing is definitely the scariest spider experience I've ever had."

With additional reporting by Caters News.

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