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  • mylias
    *Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost importance. * Three women in KL turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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      Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

      Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
      all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
      There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

      It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

      The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

      That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

      Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

      Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

      It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

      It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




      --
      VOTE THEM OUT!
    • Mat Kamil Awang
      http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/spiders/a/two_striped_telamonia.htm Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax: *Email contributed
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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        Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax:
         
         
        Email contributed by Roger C., July 20, 2004:

        FW: a spider bite (please read) this could save ur life

        And you thought the brown recluse was bad!!!

        Three women in North Florida turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms. Fever, chills, and vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis, and finally, death. There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results showed toxicity in the blood.

        These women did not know each other, and seemed to have nothing in common. It was discovered, however, that they had all visited the same Restaurant (Olive Garden) within days of their deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The food, water, and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no avail.

        The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms... She told doctors that she had been on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom. That is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove out to the restaurant, went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat.

        Under the seat, out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back to the lab, where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is extremely toxic, but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right atmosphere...

        Several days later a lawyer from Jacksonville showed up at a hospital emergency room. Before his death, he told the doctor, that he had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, before returning home. He did not visit (Olive Garden), while there. He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a puncture wound, on his right buttock.

        Investigators discovered that the flight he was on had originated in India. The Civilian Aeronautics Board (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India, and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on 4 different planes!

        It is now believed that these spiders can be anywhere in the country.

        So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the seat to check for spiders. It can save your life!

        And please pass this on to everyone you care about.

        On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 6:42 AM, mylias <mylias@...> wrote:
         

        Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

        Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
        all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
        There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

        It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

        The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

        That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

        Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

        Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

        It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

        It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




        --
        VOTE THEM OUT!


      • Mat Kamil Awang
        original email in 1999 is here: http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/spiders/a/butt_spider.htm
        Message 3 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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          original email in 1999 is here:
           
          On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:37 AM, Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...> wrote:
           
          Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax:
           
           
          Email contributed by Roger C., July 20, 2004:

          FW: a spider bite (please read) this could save ur life

          And you thought the brown recluse was bad!!!

          Three women in North Florida turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms. Fever, chills, and vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis, and finally, death. There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results showed toxicity in the blood.

          These women did not know each other, and seemed to have nothing in common. It was discovered, however, that they had all visited the same Restaurant (Olive Garden) within days of their deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The food, water, and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no avail.

          The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms... She told doctors that she had been on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom. That is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove out to the restaurant, went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat.

          Under the seat, out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back to the lab, where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is extremely toxic, but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right atmosphere...

          Several days later a lawyer from Jacksonville showed up at a hospital emergency room. Before his death, he told the doctor, that he had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, before returning home. He did not visit (Olive Garden), while there. He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a puncture wound, on his right buttock.

          Investigators discovered that the flight he was on had originated in India. The Civilian Aeronautics Board (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India, and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on 4 different planes!

          It is now believed that these spiders can be anywhere in the country.

          So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the seat to check for spiders. It can save your life!

          And please pass this on to everyone you care about.

          On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 6:42 AM, mylias <mylias@...> wrote:
           

          Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

          Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
          all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
          There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

          It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

          The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

          That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

          Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

          Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

          It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

          It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




          --
          VOTE THEM OUT!



        • sazali2005@yahoo.com
          Keselamatan dan Kebersihan diutamakan, orang yang kreatifkan cerita untuk kesejahteraan, lebih baik orang ni dari yang diam Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless
          Message 4 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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            Keselamatan dan Kebersihan diutamakan, orang yang kreatifkan cerita untuk kesejahteraan, lebih baik orang ni dari yang diam

            Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.


            From: Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...>
            Sender: wangsamaju@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 09:45:06 +0800
            To: <wangsamaju@yahoogroups.com>
            ReplyTo: wangsamaju@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: Re: [wangsamaju] spider

             

            original email in 1999 is here:
             
            On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:37 AM, Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@gmail. com> wrote:
             
            Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax:
             
             
            Email contributed by Roger C., July 20, 2004:

            FW: a spider bite (please read) this could save ur life

            And you thought the brown recluse was bad!!!

            Three women in North Florida turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms. Fever, chills, and vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis, and finally, death. There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results showed toxicity in the blood.

            These women did not know each other, and seemed to have nothing in common. It was discovered, however, that they had all visited the same Restaurant (Olive Garden) within days of their deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The food, water, and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no avail.

            The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms... She told doctors that she had been on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom. That is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove out to the restaurant, went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat.

            Under the seat, out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back to the lab, where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is extremely toxic, but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right atmosphere.. .

            Several days later a lawyer from Jacksonville showed up at a hospital emergency room. Before his death, he told the doctor, that he had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, before returning home. He did not visit (Olive Garden), while there. He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a puncture wound, on his right buttock.

            Investigators discovered that the flight he was on had originated in India. The Civilian Aeronautics Board (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India, and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on 4 different planes!

            It is now believed that these spiders can be anywhere in the country.

            So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the seat to check for spiders. It can save your life!

            And please pass this on to everyone you care about.

            On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 6:42 AM, mylias <mylias@gmail. com> wrote:
             

            Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

            Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
            all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
            There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

            It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

            The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

            That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

            Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

            Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

            It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

            It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




            --
            VOTE THEM OUT!



          • Mat Kamil Awang
            kreatif apa main ciplak orang punya. tu orang panggil pencuri.... ... kreatif apa main ciplak orang punya. tu orang panggil pencuri.... On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at
            Message 5 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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              kreatif apa main ciplak orang punya. tu orang panggil pencuri....

              On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:58 AM, <sazali2005@...> wrote:
               

              Keselamatan dan Kebersihan diutamakan, orang yang kreatifkan cerita untuk kesejahteraan, lebih baik orang ni dari yang diam

              Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.


              From: Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...>
              Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 09:45:06 +0800
              Subject: Re: [wangsamaju] spider

               

              original email in 1999 is here:
               
              On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:37 AM, Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...> wrote:
               
              Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax:
               
               
              Email contributed by Roger C., July 20, 2004:

              FW: a spider bite (please read) this could save ur life

              And you thought the brown recluse was bad!!!

              Three women in North Florida turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms. Fever, chills, and vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis, and finally, death. There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results showed toxicity in the blood.

              These women did not know each other, and seemed to have nothing in common. It was discovered, however, that they had all visited the same Restaurant (Olive Garden) within days of their deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The food, water, and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no avail.

              The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms... She told doctors that she had been on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom. That is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove out to the restaurant, went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat.

              Under the seat, out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back to the lab, where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is extremely toxic, but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right atmosphere...

              Several days later a lawyer from Jacksonville showed up at a hospital emergency room. Before his death, he told the doctor, that he had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, before returning home. He did not visit (Olive Garden), while there. He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a puncture wound, on his right buttock.

              Investigators discovered that the flight he was on had originated in India. The Civilian Aeronautics Board (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India, and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on 4 different planes!

              It is now believed that these spiders can be anywhere in the country.

              So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the seat to check for spiders. It can save your life!

              And please pass this on to everyone you care about.

              On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 6:42 AM, mylias <mylias@...> wrote:
               

              Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

              Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
              all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
              There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

              It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

              The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

              That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

              Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

              Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

              It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

              It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




              --
              VOTE THEM OUT!




            • Mat Kamil Awang
              Pak Lias I am not refering to you as pencuri but the originator or the email whoc changed the Jacksonville to JB, etc. ... Pak Lias I am not refering to
              Message 6 of 6 , Jun 1, 2010
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                Pak Lias > I am not refering to you as pencuri but the originator or the email whoc changed the Jacksonville to JB, etc.

                On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 10:13 AM, Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...> wrote:
                kreatif apa main ciplak orang punya. tu orang panggil pencuri....


                On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:58 AM, <sazali2005@...> wrote:
                 

                Keselamatan dan Kebersihan diutamakan, orang yang kreatifkan cerita untuk kesejahteraan, lebih baik orang ni dari yang diam

                Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.


                From: Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...>
                Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 09:45:06 +0800
                Subject: Re: [wangsamaju] spider

                 

                original email in 1999 is here:
                 
                On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:37 AM, Mat Kamil Awang <matkamil@...> wrote:
                 
                Orang Malaysia ni meniru je pandai, the American version of the hoax:
                 
                 
                Email contributed by Roger C., July 20, 2004:

                FW: a spider bite (please read) this could save ur life

                And you thought the brown recluse was bad!!!

                Three women in North Florida turned up at hospitals over a 5-day period, all with the same symptoms. Fever, chills, and vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis, and finally, death. There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results showed toxicity in the blood.

                These women did not know each other, and seemed to have nothing in common. It was discovered, however, that they had all visited the same Restaurant (Olive Garden) within days of their deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The food, water, and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no avail.

                The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms... She told doctors that she had been on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom. That is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove out to the restaurant, went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat.

                Under the seat, out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back to the lab, where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is extremely toxic, but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right atmosphere...

                Several days later a lawyer from Jacksonville showed up at a hospital emergency room. Before his death, he told the doctor, that he had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, before returning home. He did not visit (Olive Garden), while there. He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a puncture wound, on his right buttock.

                Investigators discovered that the flight he was on had originated in India. The Civilian Aeronautics Board (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India, and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on 4 different planes!

                It is now believed that these spiders can be anywhere in the country.

                So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the seat to check for spiders. It can save your life!

                And please pass this on to everyone you care about.

                On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 6:42 AM, mylias <mylias@...> wrote:
                 

                Please pay attention to this article. It is of utmost  importance.  

                Three women in KL turned up at  hospitals over a 5-day period,
                all with the same symptoms - fever, chills,  vomiting, followed by muscular collapse, paralysis and finally,death.
                There were no outward signs of trauma. Autopsy results  showed toxicity in the blood. These women did not know each other, and  seemed to have nothing in common.

                It was discovered, however, that they  had all visited the same restaurant along Jalan Kuchai Lama within days of their  deaths. The health department descended on the restaurant, shutting it down. The  food, water and air conditioning were all inspected and tested, to no  avail.

                The big break came when a waitress at the restaurant was  rushed to the hospital with similar symptoms. She told doctors that she had been  on vacation, and had only went to the restaurant to pick up her check. She did  not eat or drink while she was there, but had used the restroom.

                That  is when one toxicologist, remembering an article he had read, drove up to the  restaurant, went into the restroom and lifted the toilet seat. Under the seat,  out of normal view, was a small spider. The spider was captured and brought back  to the lab,where it was determined to be the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia  dimidiata), so named because of its reddened flesh color. This spider's venom is  extremely toxic but can take several days to take effect. They live in cold,  dark, damp climates, and toilet rims provide just the right  atmosphere.

                Several days later, a lawyer from JB showed up at a  hospital emergency room.. Before his death, he told the doctor that he had been  away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia , changing planes in   Singapore , before returning home. He did not visit the restaurant while there.  He did, as did all of the other victims, have what was determined to be a  puncture wound, on his right buttock.

                Investigators discovered that  the flight he was on had originated in India .. The Civilian Aeronautics Board  (CAB) ordered an immediate inspection of the toilets of all flights from India ,  and discovered the Two-Striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) spider's nests on  four different planes!

                It is now believed that these spiders can be  anywhere in the country. So please, before you use a public toilet, lift the  seat to check for spiders.

                It can save your life! And please pass this on  to everyone you care about




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                VOTE THEM OUT!





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