Hilarious moment women finds a huge spider on her head

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Hilarious moment women finds a huge spider on her head

The moment a woman accidentally sent her dinner flying after realising a spider was crawling around on her head has been captured on camera.Rosie More

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The moment a woman accidentally sent her dinner flying after realising a spider was crawling around on her head has been captured on camera.

Rosie More, 24, from Ripley, Derbyshire, was settling down to enjoy her curry and rice when she felt a tickling in her hair.

Even if you’re not an arachnophobe, realising something is moving on your person or in your hair is sure to send chills up and down your body.

For Rosie, this was her worst nightmare as the hairdresser admits she is horrifically afraid of spiders and as such caused her to launch her plate of food across the room.

Thankfully, along with a good sense of humour from the 24-year-old, the hilarious incident was captured on film thanks to her indoor Ring camera.

Rosie More, from Ripley, Derbyshire, can be seen settling down with an unwanted guest also getting ready for a cosy evening watching telly

Rosie More, from Ripley, Derbyshire, can be seen settling down with an unwanted guest also getting ready for a cosy evening watching telly

Rosie More, from Ripley, Derbyshire, can be seen settling down with an unwanted guest also getting ready for a cosy evening watching telly

In the footage Rosie can be seen settling down on the sofa, tucking herself under a blanket and getting ready to enjoy into her tea. 

However, also settling down for the evening on the top of her head a giant creature is spotted running around, while she is blissfully unaware.

After noticing a tickling sensation, Rosie brushes her fingers in her hair and at that moment discovers the monster creeping.

The split second reaction sees Rosie springing from the sofa and screaming – flinging her meal to the floor as she attempts to get the eight-legged fiend out of her hair. 

A frantic scuffle ensues as the salon owner thrashes around waving her hair around trying to get rid of the ‘palm-sized’ arachnid as her pooch, a Pomeranian called Button, looks on. 

This is the moment Rosie realises something is in her hair as she brushes her hand through after feeling a little tickle

This is the moment Rosie realises something is in her hair as she brushes her hand through after feeling a little tickle

This is the moment Rosie realises something is in her hair as she brushes her hand through after feeling a little tickle

And she's off! Rosie, who is petrified of spiders, starts shaking her hair trying to get rid of the spider from her head

And she's off! Rosie, who is petrified of spiders, starts shaking her hair trying to get rid of the spider from her head

And she’s off! Rosie, who is petrified of spiders, starts shaking her hair trying to get rid of the spider from her head

Rosie in action as she gets rid of spider

Rosie in action as she gets rid of spider

It's not long before she jumps up from the sofa

It's not long before she jumps up from the sofa

Her plate with curry and rice is launched on the floor and Rosie frantically leaps up from the sofa 

Rosie frantically tried to get the spider out of her hair and can be seen running around the living room as her bewildered pooch looks on

Rosie frantically tried to get the spider out of her hair and can be seen running around the living room as her bewildered pooch looks on

Rosie frantically tried to get the spider out of her hair and can be seen running around the living room as her bewildered pooch looks on

Recalling the terrifying experience, Rosie said: ‘I was petrified. That’s one of the worst things that could have happened to me. I’m really scared of spiders.

‘I’m not sure how long it was there, I couldn’t feel it. It was really big, it was about the size of my palm.

‘It must have been on my cardigan because I didn’t see it anywhere. I hadn’t sat down for a while before that for anything to crawl on to me.

‘Because I have a little dog I have a Ring camera indoors, and luckily it managed to catch it on that.

Rosie's dinner of curry and rice ended up on the floor after a spider scared her into leaping up

Rosie's dinner of curry and rice ended up on the floor after a spider scared her into leaping up

Rosie’s dinner of curry and rice ended up on the floor after a spider scared her into leaping up

Poor Rosie says she's terrified of spiders and thinks her dog Button might have eaten it

Poor Rosie says she's terrified of spiders and thinks her dog Button might have eaten it

Poor Rosie says she’s terrified of spiders and thinks her dog Button might have eaten it

The salon owner couldn't resist sharing the hilarious video with her friends and family before putting it on social media for the world to laugh at her extreme but relatable reaction to finding a spider in her hair

The salon owner couldn't resist sharing the hilarious video with her friends and family before putting it on social media for the world to laugh at her extreme but relatable reaction to finding a spider in her hair

The salon owner couldn’t resist sharing the hilarious video with her friends and family before putting it on social media for the world to laugh at her extreme but relatable reaction to finding a spider in her hair

‘When I sent the video to friends everyone was crying with laughter because it was so funny.’

Rosie hasn’t seen the creature since and is hoping her dog may have removed it from the house. 

She said: ‘I’ve never found it [the spider], I don’t know where it is. The dog might have managed to eat it.’

The 24-year-old was so scared when she realised the spider was in her hair and threw her dinner on the floor she ended up ruining the carpet. 

She admitted: ‘I ended up throwing the rug in the bin.’

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