Police called after man heard shouting death threats

Wanneroo Police tweeted about the incident before deleting

Wanneroo Police tweeted about the incident before deleting it. Twitter

The police log detailing the incident.

We don't blame the bloke for the reaction.

Officers visited the home on Wednesday after a passerby walking outside a house in suburban Perth heard a toddler screaming and a man shouting "Why don't you just die?", according to The Guardian.

"Caller walked past the AA and heard a male screaming out "Why don't you die" - repeatedly".

The tweet shared three police messages describing the case, with the last one noting that there were no injuries during the incident "except to spider".

The screams, however, belonged to the distressed man - police found him alone at home, scrambling about and knocking down furniture while trying to chase down and neutralize a spider with a can of bug spray.

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'Apologised for inconvenience to police.

The resident soon called 0-0-0 (Australia's emergency digits), prompting multiple units from the Wanneroo Police department to show up at the unnamed man's home.

WA Police force told i the incident was something the officers involved "will definitely remember".

In boring, grey, temperate United Kingdom, the most risky creature you're likely to run into is a dairy cow or red deer - neither of which actively seek to do people harm - so such a response to a spider here would naturally be mocked.

He later apologised for sparking the large police response. Despite the number of venomous spider species, there has only been one spider-caused death in the country since 1981.

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