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Shocked commuters find tarantula with pink toes on a train at London Bridge

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Shocked commuters find tarantula with pink toes on a train at London Bridge

The eight-legged creature was discovered in plastic box and is likely to have been a pet abandoned in the carriage. | ITV News London

The tarantula has distinctive pink toesCredit:RSPCACommuters had a frightening start to the day at London Bridge after finding a tarantula with pink toes travelling on their train.The eight-legged creature was discovered in plastic box and is likely to have been a pet abandoned in the carriage.

"Passengers got more than they bargained for when they spotted this little guy on the train!" said RSPCA officer Mat Hawkins."Thankfully passengers alerted staff who kept him safe in their office until I could arrive to collect him," he added.

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The eight-legged creature was discovered in plastic box and is likely to have been a pet abandoned in the carriage. "Passengers got more than they bargained for when they spotted this little guy on the train!" said RSPCA officer Mat Hawkins. Officers taped off the entrance to the building and paramedics were called to the scene. "Thankfully passengers alerted staff who kept him safe in their office until I could arrive to collect him," he added. Ms Giuffre (right) is suing Prince Andrew for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager. Pink-toed tarantulas are native to Central and South America Credit: RSPCA What is a pink-toed tarantula? Pink-toed tarantulas are native to Central and South America and islands in the Southern Caribbean. "Another man has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit criminal damage," the statement added. Their name is derived from the tips of their legs which are peach in colour, helping them blend into their forest habitat. "My family could not come to see me if I’d died and 42% on my ward at Whittington Hospital were dying in that ward - they wouldn’t have seen me, they wouldn’t have been able to say goodbye to me.

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Anyone with information about who was responsible for abandoning the spider can contact the RSPCA’s appeal line on 0300 123 8018. .