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Spider Photobombs Live BBC News Report, Eats Fly
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.