A woman in Australia was shocked when she found out that her ready-made gingerbread house already had a resident – a huge spider.
Katie Gompertz, from Sydney, Australia, posted photos of the hunter spider inside Australian supermarket chain Woolworths’ gingerbread house package on Monday.
One photo even shows that the spider had an egg sack with it in the box.
“Wait Woolworths, isn’t that what I ordered?” Gompertz wrote in his Facebook post. “Only in Australia, only in # 2020.”
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“Buy a ready-made gingerbread house,” they said, “it will be easier than building one! she added. “Seriously, I don’t say that often but: why me? ”
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In comments to the article, Woolworths responded to Gompertz by apologizing for the “frightening surprise”.
“Oh no Katie – this creature just wanted a home, but it’s definitely not the right one for her!” Wrote the supermarket chain. “Thank you for letting us know and we apologize [sic] for the frightening surprise. After all, it’s Christmas, not Halloween. ”
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Although Woolworths suggested that he return the gingerbread house and its tenant to the service desk at his nearest store, Gompertz said it would be too risky to put the box in his car.
“Woolies I love you and all your goodies but I don’t put that in my car,” she wrote. “It’s 2020, so obviously he’ll hatch his tiny 200 x offspring as soon as she gets in my car.”
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The supermarket chain then agreed to provide a replacement instead.
“Just call Katie!” Woolworths wrote. “We will organize [sic] our team to offer you a replacement gingerbread house.
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“Maybe you can let your girlfriend (and her many babies) run free in a garden somewhere far, far away from your house, or any other gingerbread house for that matter,” Woolworths added. .