White Tail Spider
White-tailed Spiders are random hunters that live outdoors beneath bark and rocks, in leaf litter, logs and compost in bush, gardens and houses.
They mainly feed at night when they are out searching for other spiders, their preferred food.
White-tailed Spider bites have been implicated in causing severe skin ulcers in humans but not everyone agrees. It does make for good ratings on A Current Affair where facts should never get in the way of their BS that they propagate as truthful stories. (Oops, too much?)