Giant spider hunts and catches a mouse
A video of a huntsman spider devouring a mouse has gone viral. The stomach-turning clip, which sees the eight-legged creature scale a refrigerator in Queensland, Australia, with his four-legged victim. The video, which was caught on camera by Jason Womal and shared to Facebook, has shocked viewers, who have watched the footage more than 2.6 million times.
Jason caught the toe-curling act while at his neighbour's home. Speaking about the event, he said: "So I am just about to leave for work about 0030 and me neighbour says, 'You want to see something cool'. I say, 'hell yeah'. So we proceed to his place and he shows me this. [A] huntsman trying to eat a mouse."
Guy discovers stranger girl's profile picture taken in his bathroom
A guy was shocked to find a girl he'd never met before using a picture standing in his bathroom as her display picture.
Student Mark Kowalczyk, 19, from Morgantown in West Virginia swiped right on a girl's Tinder profile, but was confused as to how she had been in his house, however, he later realised she had been to a party at the property.
He told BuzzFeed: "I was like, 'Oh my god, that's my bathroom! I assumed that since we had a couple parties before, it must have been from one of those nights."
And the mystery girl called Jenna confirmed she had in fact attended a get-together and used the restroom to get a selfie in the mirror. She concluded: "When I went into the bathroom, I felt the need to take a mirror picture and posted it later."
Parrot blows the whistle on husband's affair
A parrot revealed phrases from his owner's affair with a housemaid.
A woman, who chose not be named,, had suspected that her husband had been having a liaison with their cleaner and believed her thoughts even further when her pet kept repeating flirty messages which were allegedly picked up from the house.
With the couple being form Kuwai in Persia, adultery is illegal, meaning that affairs could lead to a prison sentence or hard labour.
Believing that the parrot's interpretation of the phrases was the perfect evidence to punish her husband, the upset wife took the evidence to court in a bid to punish her alleged cheating husband.
According to the Metro newspaper, the case ended unsuccessfully as the court didn't believe that words from the parrot were solid evidence of the affair and could have been picked up from a television or radio.
London Spa launch Halloween treatments
A London spa has launched a potion-style pedicure ahead of Halloween. The K West Hotel & Spa - based in Richmond Way, London - will be transformed into antihero establishment, inspired the recently released film Suicide Squad, starring Margot Robbie, for the spooky holiday as staff provide guests with treatments such a 'Franken-tastic pedicure' and 'The Trick or Treat Facial', to name a few.
The pedicure treatment costs PS45 and will involve Halloween-themed nail art as part of a supernatural experience with powder and water combined to transform crystal clear water into a green aloe jelly, which leave feet nicely moisturised.
The facial, which lasts 50 minutes, costs PS85 and leaves guests with a healthier looking complexion with the enjoyment of a tasty pumpkin smoothie for a post-treatment boost. Staff will also be serving Halloween cocktails throughout the day.
Guests can enjoy a spine-tingling spirit called Creepy-crawlers Sensation for PS11.95 or can choose a 'Franken-tastic Smash' for PS11.50 each. Treatments are available to book from October 24-31.