Spiders asked to stop spinning a long invisible strand across your doorway every morning


Spiders who spin an invisible web for you to walk into when you emerge from your front door, will face tougher penalties in the future.

But spiders have reacted angrily to the new law, which will come into effect in January. National Union of Spiders (NUS) leader, Peter Thape has warned the public not to mess with his members.

Thape believes that the action is retaliatory after a relative or close friend might have been previously killed by the house owner.

‘I often leave an invisible strand outside that bastard’s at number 6. I piss myself laughing when he walks into it every morning,’ said spider and NUS supremo, Thape.

‘I really miss my sister,’ added spider Thape.