The Web Recoils As Prince Charles' 'Black Spider' Letters Published

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Wednesday, 13 May 2015

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Oh what a tangled web we weave...

London - There has been a venomous backlash about Prince Charles' letters to various tarantulas, black widows, funnel webs and birdeating spiders published in Britain today.

Posts on the ArachnophobesAnonymous.con website allege the Pretender has smeared a pair of senior Brazilian Wandering spiders at the London embassy, employed since 1804 for their legendary diplomatic skills.

Also aggrieved are pals of the Brown Recluse spider, a tame pet of the eponymous former British Prime Minister, which ran a successful global opinion monitoring service on the world wide web between 2007 and 2010.

But the biggest furor comes from a family of Camel spiders which were sent some disgusting correspondence about forced repatriation to Iraq from where their colony originates.

"Charles is nothing but a jumped-up Daddy Longlegs," one blogger posted, "whose first wife failed to eat him alive after their initial mating because she had some sort of eating disorder."

For a full transcript of the creepy missives click right here.

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