The video footage below is not suitable for all viewers. If you’re the kind of person who gets squeamish at the sight of tiny creepy crawly bugs and larvae, you’re not going to want to see this clip. Why? Because it is perhaps one of the most disgusting cases of lice ever caught on camera.
But if you think you’re up to the challenge and can stomach the sight, you’re not going to be able to turn away. This clip has gotten so popular online it has been shared and shared and shared across all platforms of social media garnered hundreds of thousands of views.
Watch the video to see the little girl with a terrible case of head lice. You’ll see hundreds of lice crawling along her scalp and in her hair…
When Karla Mendoza, from Mexico, uploaded the clip of her daughter’s head lice infestation to Facebook, she thought just her friends would be interested. But the clip was so bad, it has been shared countless times and gone viral.
You can see the clip of Mendoza’s daughter Aranza being treated for head lice and it is a disgusting video to watch.
Even the hairdresser, who has experience treating these parasites, said it was “the worst case I’ve ever seen.”
In the 2-minute video clip, you’ll see one woman, who is wearing rubber gloves, parts the girl’s hair in order to isolate the bad bugs. She pulls the hair apart so the camera can focus on the disturbing quantity of bugs on the 8-year-old’s head. You’ll see the telltale signs of head lice – the white specks which are their eggs – and you’ll see the larger white bits. And many of these things are moving right in front of you on camera.
In the video and photos, you’ll see the lice climbing over the strands of hair looking for more pieces of Aranza to devour and lay more eggs.
Head lice devour human blood as fast as they can. And it is their only food source so they make sure they get as much as possible. These wingless bugs live on a person’s scalp and in their hair.
The favorite spot for head lice is at the nape of the neck and the area behind the ears. You can see evidence of this when the camera zooms in. These areas have high concentrations of white residue left behind by the multiplying bugs.
If left untreated, head lice can last on a person for a very long time. And treatment is no joke as head lice are easily spread from human to human.
Check out the footage. You’ll see the lice walking back and forth like an army of ants hunting for food. She has so many bugs on her scalp, it’s a miracle she doesn’t seem to feel it. Those tiny bug feet on top of my head would drive me crazy!
I think we have to question this woman’s parenting skills. Who would let their child get that stage of head lice? Does she even spend time with her little girl?
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