One of the world's most venemous types of spider has been found in Norfolk.
A female black widow was discovered at a business near Great Yarmouth. Staff there managed to trap the spider in a glass, until pest control teams arrived to remove it and quickly realised that it was a black widow.
As well as the spider they found a small cocoon, which produced about a hundred black widow spiderlings just hours later.
The local James Paget Hospital at Gorleston was informed, as well as The Department of Zoology at the University of Cambridge. It is thought that the female spider hitched a ride on a container from Texas.
Abate Pest Management, who dealt with the spiders, said it had been an unusual call-out.