Superheroes have a huge fan following especially when it comes to Spiderman, people are crazy to be like him. Even many thought they will also become spiderman if a spider bit them just like what happened to Peter Parker in the Spiderman film.
The same thing has been thought by the three Bolivian brothers who hoped that they will become a spiderman if a spider bites them. The bizarre case has come amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
In the hope of getting the power like Spider-Man, the three brothers allowed a venomous black widow spider to sting them. But things go differently as what they have thought.
According to the reports in DNA, the three kids—aged 8, 10 and 12, found the poisonous spider while herding goats in the town of Chayanta, Bolivia.
In a bid to get the superpower like Peter Parker, the kids deliberately approached the spider and started poking it so that it would bite them and the same thing will also happen with them.
Upon stumbling up the spider, they came up with the thought that if the spide sinks its fangs in them then they would give them superpowers, exactly like how Peter Parker gained his powers.
Instead of getting superpower, they started suffering from severe muscle pain, abdominal cramps, increased heart rate, and muscle spasms.
Their family came to know when their mother heard they’re crying and then she rushed them to the Chayantha health centre where they were given the treatment.
After children were responding well to the treatment, the kids were shifted to the Children’s Hospital in La Paz the next day with fevers, tremors, and muscle pains.
Meanwhile, their condition has been improved after the doctors gave them a serum for their bites.
After their physical condition didn't improve, the kids were moved to the Children’s Hospital in La Paz the next day with fevers, tremors, and muscle pains.
Their condition finally improved after the doctors gave them a serum for their bites.
Pietro, who spoke about the case at a COVID-19 press conference, warned the parents by addressing that "for children everything is real, movies are real", even though they are in fact an "illusion".