Renter Finds Thousands of Spiders in Vehicle

While visiting in Fort Myers, Fla., Chris Tarantino opened his rental car to find thousands of spiders inside, according to a report by the Naples Daily News.

Tarantino sent out several tweets about the spider infestation. One read: “OHHHH my God, a spider laid eggs in my Hertz rental.”

After informing the Hertz location about the spider infestation, a customer service representative showed up to give him another car, says the report.

Click here for the full Naples Daily Report.

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