BG Member with Spider Bite on Leg

Spider Bite Day After the Incident

BG Member with Spider Bite on Leg

Today’s edition of Best Gore Members Rock is brought to you by Best Gore member @13lunt420media who apparently got bitten by a spider:

I blame William Hill “Betting Shop” for getting bitten by a spider on my leg on Sunday Afternoon October 7, 2018. That why I wasted 1 hour of my time at 6am Monday Morning in a Hospital. People tell me a “False Widow Spider (‪Steatoda Nobilis‬)” spread from East London in October 2018. Nurse gave me free pills “Flucloxacillin” to heal up. If it gets worse and worse then have to go back to The Hospital.

Thanks a lot for sharing your story with the video and pics with us, @13lunt420media:

Video of the affected leg:

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55 thoughts on “BG Member with Spider Bite on Leg”

  1. Steatoda Nobilis are not the worst things to have made London their home whilst scurrying around and attacking the locals.

    Furo Nigrum are the worst offenders.

    As for how the spider got there in order for it to go on to bite you, well……you might want to check in with your local William Hill to see if anyone had put on such a bet.

    1. God damn it… do you not see that tangled field of ambush hair. It’s every where man. It’s a natural active man- defence against all things nipple-sized and smaller, no feelings past 0.8 microns, once entered none shall leave. That spider knew it’s time was up, that’s why it dropped its sphincter and bit the bully….

  2. Over doing it a bit with the “graphic warning” don’t you think? Anyway, I’ve heard of people being bitten by these spiders & they had to have both their legs cut off. Those that left it late to be seen, the venom spread so they had to have both their arms chopped off as well.

  3. I’ve always had a phobia of spiders and centipedes. When I was a kid I would see them in the house and then run outside… of course then I would see them outside and run back in. Needless to say I had a fucked up childhood.

  4. Sometimes I glad I live in Russia. It’s fucking cold, it’s dark, it’s rainy, the wages are low, and people are rude. But you can be damn sure there’s no fucking venomous spiders, or snakes, or those african flies that lay their eggs under your skin…

      1. @icecreamlair

        Nope, I just read that the small ones used in the movie are avondale spiders (Delena cancerides), which are harmless spiders from New Zealand. They kinda look like the brown spider though.

        I’m a movie buff, as I already mentioned a couple of times if I’m not mistaken, and I love horror movies, but somehow I missed this Arachnophobia one. I’ll be watching it soon, but from my experience I don’t expect much from these animal/insect themed horror movies.

  5. @13lunt420media
    Hope you heal-up soon, as that looks quite angry to say the very least my good brother. That Antibiotic is a very strong 500 mgs of cultured moss or derivative that should fight this spiders mild venom off quite well, once you are “completely finished” taking them. But do not drink any alcohol, or anything with too much citric acid, as you could very well end-up pissing-out most of the Antibiotic brother. Good Luck My Man!

  6. Could be worse…. u could’ve gotten bit by my big girl RAMBO. She’s an 11” Goliath Birdeater tarantula with over 1” fangs, lol.
    Sometimes, or most times, the worst, most dangerous spider bites are from the smallest ones

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