I watched this horrifying video on Youtube. It shows movement beneath the skin of a banana and then a spider pushes it's way out.
Suffice to say I'm too scared to eat bananas anymore!
I would like to know what is the probability that an insect is hiding inside a banana that I buy at the market? Even if there was just one chance in a million that an insect is hiding inside I would stop eating bananas forever.
I postulate that an insect could lay it's eggs in a banana and then the offsprings would be born inside the banana. Or perhaps an insect tries to eat a small chunk of the banana, it cuts his way out inside the banana, it gets trapped inside, and then someone buys the banana. Both of these ideas are troublesome since I'm not sure if there is air to breathe inside the banana.