Skin-crawling moment screaming girl finds massive LEECH in her sock after feeling ‘something fizzing’ on her leg

 THIS is the skin-crawling moment a screaming girl finds a massive leech in her sock.

Zoe Nesic, 19, felt "something fizzing" on her leg before making the horrifying discovery and letting out a blood-curdling howl.

A screaming Zoe Nesic found a leech in her sock after a walk by a waterfall
A screaming Zoe Nesic found a leech in her sock after a walk by a waterfallCredit: Tiktok/@zoenesquik
The horrified 19-year-old shared a video of her discovery on TikTok
The horrified 19-year-old shared a video of her discovery on TikTokCredit: Tiktok/@zoenesquik

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

In the clip, an anxious Zoe shouts: "Look at my ankle, there's a huge lump there" before letting out a long and loud "Nooo".

She then yells: "I don't want to lift up my sock" before peeling it back and revealing a huge leech.

A scream that makes the hairs on your arms stand up then follows, as Zoe asks: "What do I do?"

A man pulls her sock off and the "f**king huge" leech falls out onto a rug.

The footage has racked up more than 15 million views, with users of the popular video sharing app even duetting it with their reaction.

And tens of thousands of comments share her horror, with one saying they would have to "cut off my foot" if the same thing had happened to them.


Zoe, from Geelong in Victoria, Australia, had been out walking at Stevenson Falls then returned home and noticed something wasn't right.

She said her "heart instantly dropped" when she noticed the lump under the sock.

She was "happy to handle huntsmans and other spiders" but finding the leech was something else.

"This one caught me off guard and freaked me out," she told

But thankfully the bite wasn't too sore, instead feeling "really itchy" afterwards.

She said: "It wasn’t painful at all.

"I did have an allergic reaction though so my leg was swollen and there was a solid lump about the size of a 50 cent coin under the wound for a few days, it was really itchy."Leeches can be found in rivers, dams, creeks or lagoons.

Experts advise people not to pull a leech off the skin directly, instead applying heat or salt to ease it away.

The skin should then be treated like any other bleeding wound, followed by a clean, tight bandage to apply pressure, according to St John Ambulance Victoria.

But medical attention should be sought if the area becomes infected or if an ulcer appears.

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