SANDS OF SAMAR, ISRAEL - JANUARY 12: This recent handout photo provided by the University of Haifa on January 12, 2010, shows a new and previously unknown species of spider in the dune of the Sands of Samar in the southern Arava desert region of Israel. A member of the Cerbalus genus, the spider has been named Cerbalus Aravensis. It has a leg-span that can reach up to 14 cm which makes it the largest spider of its type in the Middle East. (Photo by Yael Olek/University of Haifa via Getty Images)
A guy in Australia freaked out when he saw a spider in his house last week . . . and he yelled “Why won’t you die?” at it as he tried to crush it. Well . . . someone outside heard that and called the cops, and they showed up thinking it might be a murder.