Sex crazed spiders you say? Shocking, I know.
It's that time of the year again, Summer is leaving us and as such, the spiders want to get all freaky-deeky ;) in our homes...
A top expert says the animals are actually lurking in our homes for most of the year but choose the end of summer to leave their hiding places... in order to mate.
Steve McGrail, from Pro-Kill Environmental, said there are not necessarily more spiders come September - but normally-reclusive males surface from their hiding places around homes to seek females to breed with.
Cute little critters, aren't they?