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Spider Photobombs Live BBC News Report, Eats Fly

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This is a video from a live BBC news report during which a fly lands on the camera lens, then a spider comes along, grabs it, and retreats. What the -- why the hell are there spiders living on your cameras? You ever wipe those f***ers down? Clearly somebody isn't doing their job. And that person is me, because I'm playing video games in another browser window.

Keep going for that fly's last cameo.

Thanks to Lindby, who once photobombed a live news broadcast with a 'HI MOM!' sign. Classic.

There are Comments.
  • Frédéric Purenne

    It's nice of them to show why we shouldn't kill spiders. They eat other bugs!

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Don't mind me, just keeping your show free of insects.

  • zin

    Awww yiss spider showin' off its sexy legs & mandibles on international teevee.
    Needs more sssssssexssssssssy sssssssssssnake action, like this gliding snake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

  • Dungal

    In fairness, the backing is more likely a webcam feed of Glasgow rather than a huge window behind the reporter.

  • zin

    If I were a cameraman I'd happily let a spider make its nest on my camera.

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