09/09/2014 05:38 EDT | Updated 09/10/2014 09:59 EDT

Woman Finds Brazilian Wandering Spider Eggs In Her Banana, Forced To Burn Vacuum (VIDEO)

If this doesn't make you want to obsessively inspect produce over and over again, we're not sure what will.

Abby Woodgate of Essex, U.K. not only found spider eggs in her batch of store-bought bananas, but they just happened to be eggs from the world's deadliest spider. The 30-year-old mother who originally thought it was mould decided to poke the fruit only uncover a cocoon of dozens of tiny eggs.

Sometimes called the banana spider, the Brazailian wandering spider is also the world's most aggressive and venomous. It often hides in banana bunches in plantations and is sometimes found during shipments, according to the Guardian.

After her discovery, she had to use a vacuum to clean up the eggs. But after calling pest control, she was told to incinerate her vacuum cleaner too. Yikes.

Watch the video above to find out how the grocery store responded.


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