A CARPENTER feared the end when his willy was bitten — by a spider.
Daniel Barry, 32, woke up at night impressed by his “bigger than usual” package but then quickly felt dizzy.
He slumped on the loo, only to look down on a huge red, pus-covered bump.
Girlfriend Tash Singh, 29, told him he looked “as white as a sheet”.
The next day his doctor confirmed he had been bitten by a false widow spider.
Daniel said: “I thought I’d had it.
“I made the mistake of Googling, and it said it would fall off after seven days.”
His doc believes the spider was in the boxers he put on to sleep in. He was prescribed antibiotics, and things should clear in a week.
Daniel, of Leicester, said he could only see the full extent when aroused — but sex is out of the question.
He said: “Tash is annoyed because I’m out of action. That’s the last thing I want to be doing right now.”
Dr Geoff Oxford, of the British Arachnological Society, said: “Spiders caught in clothing are likely to be squashed and may bite as a last resort.”
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