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YES....   why  not??    I  had  some  good  ideas :D   But  NOT  through  the  most  poisonous  spider,  living  in  Australia !   ONE  jab  is  deadly,  I  saw  in  TV  before  some  days....

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World's deadliest spider:  the funnel-web !!!!

Low-down on the funnel-web spider – and how an evolutionary accident made it one of the most dangerous spiders on Earth,  able to kill a human in 15 min.

But  since  2004,  they  have  an  antitoxin / vaccine  in  Australa !

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There is probably no hurry, and it is easy enough to walk around the cars ... or put a rag in the gas tank and blow them up, and when the fire goes out, casually walk between them to the other side  to retrieve the money.

Here in the UNITED STATES flame throwers can be bought ( and are completely legal in all states ...).

Rags and matches are cheaper.

In fact, with a big stack of towels, you can sweep the area and step on the web laden towels, and squash the spiders "as you go"

Even a hand held propane plumber's soldering torch would do the job, and that would cost less than $25.00.

YES

(SHOWN HERE IS AN xm42m HANDHELD  FLAMETHROWER ....)

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