They're calling it Australia's version of Pizza Rat.
A way, way worse Pizza Rat.
A video showing a spider carrying a mouse over a refrigerator is the latest animal-carrying-a-thing video to go viral, with more than 10 million views since the original video was posted to Facebook by a man named Jason Womal from Queensland, Australia.
Mouse Spider, identified as a huntsman spider, is strong enough to drag the mouse up the side of a refrigerator, a feat that is impressive, but also the stuff that nightmares are made of.
Huntsman is the common name given to spiders in the Sparassidae family, a class of large, fast spiders that live in warm climates around the world. The huntsman is commonly found in Australia, but according to the University of Florida, was introduced to and lives in subtropical areas of the U.S., including Florida, where it is sometimes called a "banana spider."
The university says it's not a dangerous spider to humans, although that's apparently not true for rodents.
I'd have thought a mouse would have been able to fight a spider off, but just goes to show.
The Huntsman must be a big strong spider.
Incidentally, I edited your post to make the video work. All you have to do to post a Facebook video, is right click on the Facebook video, copy the url, and press the </> sign above your forum post, then press the Facebook option, and paste the url in before submitting.