Spider Man is in prison and while he has super human powers he doesn't have $3,500 to post bail.
(Maximumble/Chris Hallbeck) He's Spider-Man. Did you think that was just a costume? Nah, man. He was bitten by an actual spider. If you want to survive, you should have gotten caught by Charles Xavier. And you really don't want to get caught by Assassin Bug Man.
Also: A super typhoon may gain strength before crashing into China; western U.S. wildfires force more evacuations; and a Seattle man nearly burns down his house killing a spider with a blowtorch.
Post by Adriana Velez. I think most of us would agree that spiders are kind of scary, but here's a fear of the arachnid taken to the extreme. A man set his house on fire trying to kill a spider. You read that correctly. A man in Seattle...Show More Summary
A Seattle man used a lighter and a can of spray paint to kill a spider in his laundry room when the house went up in flames, according to the fire department. Fire crews were dispatched to the home before 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday. At first, firefighters battled the blaze from a distance after they learned [...]
A very frightened man in Seattle burned down the house he was renting when he tried to kill a spider with a makeshift blowtorch. I can't say that this is the best way to do things, but I also can't disagree with his stance. Read mor...
You either run shrieking or like a champ you brush it out of the way or end its spider existence. Right?
The man used a can of spray paint and a lighter as 'a self-made blowtorch to kill a spider in the laundry room' of a rental house Tuesday night, said Kyle Moore, a spokesman for the Seattle Fire Department. The resulting blaze caused $60,000 worth of damage.
How many times has this happened to you? You find a pesky spider in your laundry room and you want to kill it, but you don't have a newspaper handy, darn the luck! So you grab a lighter and a can of spray paint to get rid of the little bugger, and wouldn't ya know it, you set your house on fire! Well, that's what happened to one Seattle man this week.
A Seattle man tried to kill a spider in his home using a homemade blowtorch, but instead ended up burning down his home. Fire officials in West Seattle said the man found a spider in his laundry room and tried to kill it using a lighter and spray paint. The blowtorch then made the wall
A Seattle man's plan to kill an unwelcome pest in his home went horribly, horribly wrong. Local news outlet KOMO reported that a West Seattle resident used a lighter and can of spray paint in an attempt to kill a spider in his laundry room on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
It seems like only two weeks ago a Kansas woman set her home on fire trying to deal with the ever-present spider menace. Well, the same thing has just happened with a Seattle man. From Komo News: A man who lived at the home told fire...Show More Summary
A man in Seattle caused $40,000 in fire damage to a rental home after trying to kill a spider with a lighter and can of spray paint. For reference, that is arguably the best reason to accidentally set your house on fire. A man who lived...Show More Summary
He tried to set the spider ablaze with a makeshift flamethrower made out of a lighter and spray paint.
Dude… Grab a napkin and grow a pair. West Seattle home is gutted by a fire because someone tried to kill a bug. KIRO-NDN
And after all that, it's not even clear if the spider died
A Seattle man burned his house down last night after bringing a gun to a knife fight with a small pest on his wall. More specifically: he brought a flamethrower to a fight with a spider. Read more...
This post originally appeared on Reductress.com. You get home from work, go into the bathroom to turn on the shower and there it is: a terrifying, one-inch monster. Your obvious reaction is to call a man, but what happens if your man...Show More Summary
To prepare for the weekend, it's pretty important you watch Pete the dog give a very special smooch to a spider -- Spider Man, to be exact. The famous kiss is reenacted flawlessly by Pete, who also happens to coincidently look exactly like Mary Jane. We could watch this over and over and over again.
When you examine the bananas in the produce aisle of your local Walmart, one is usually looking at the ripeness of the fruit. But one man found out the hard way, you should probably look for scorpions (and deadly Brazilian spiders), too. The Pennsylvania man was shopping with his two- and three-year-old children at a local Walmart when … [More]