And it only gets weirder from there.

The Six Eyed Sand Spider, along with thousands of other insects and spiders, were housed at the Philadelphia Insectarium & Butterfly Pavilion.

Caught on surveillance video, thieves were seen loading up plastic containers filled with live insects and spiders in broad daylight. Over 7,000(!) of them were stolen, including the most venomous spider known to man, the Six Eyed Sand Spider.

The CEO of the insectarium says that if the spider were to bite someone it "could rot 25% of their body."

The total loss that the thieves got away with is over $40,000 worth of live insect and spiders.

If that wasn't weird enough for you, the thieves left a parting gift. Blue staff uniforms were left impaled on the wall with steak knives.

I can only hope they try to Spider-Man out and let that sucker bite them on the hand.