THIS is the skin-crawling second a screaming woman finds a large leech in her sock.

Zoe Nesic, 19, felt “one thing fizzing” on her leg earlier than making the horrifying discovery and letting out a blood-curdling howl.


A screaming Zoe Nesic discovered a leech in her sock after a stroll by a waterfall[/caption]


The horrified 19-year-old shared a video of her discovery on TikTok[/caption]

She shared the video of her knocking down her sock along with her 42,000 TikTok followers.

Within the clip, an anxious Zoe shouts: “Have a look at my ankle, there’s an enormous lump there” earlier than letting out a protracted and loud “Nooo”.

She then yells: “I don’t wish to carry up my sock” earlier than peeling it again and revealing an enormous leech.

A scream that makes the hairs in your arms get up then follows, as Zoe asks: “What do I do?”

A person pulls her sock off and the “f**king enormous” leech falls out onto a rug.

The footage has racked up greater than 15 million views, with customers of the favored video sharing app even duetting it with their response.

And tens of hundreds of feedback share her horror, with one saying they must “reduce off my foot” if the identical factor had occurred to them.


Zoe, from Geelong in Victoria, Australia, had been out strolling at Stevenson Falls then returned house and observed one thing wasn’t proper.

She mentioned her “coronary heart immediately dropped” when she observed the lump below the sock.

She was “glad to deal with huntsmans and different spiders” however discovering the leech was one thing else.

“This one caught me off guard and freaked me out,” she advised

However fortunately the chew wasn’t too sore, as a substitute feeling “actually itchy” afterwards.

She mentioned: “It wasn’t painful in any respect.

“I did have an allergic response although so my leg was swollen and there was a strong lump in regards to the measurement of a 50 cent coin below the wound for a couple of days, it was actually itchy.”

Leeches could be present in rivers, dams, creeks or lagoons.

Specialists advise individuals to not pull a leech off the pores and skin immediately, as a substitute making use of warmth or salt to ease it away.

The pores and skin ought to then be handled like every other bleeding wound, adopted by a clear, tight bandage to use stress, based on St John Ambulance Victoria.

However medical consideration must be sought if the world turns into contaminated or if an ulcer seems.