(UPDATED) Be advised, a "clickjacking" scam purporting to link to a video showing a spider growing under somebody's skin is currently replicating on Facebook. There's no such video. Clicking on the link is a bad idea.
If you do click on it, you're presented with an age verification message containing a "Play" button, but if you click on "Play" all it does is cause the same message to be shared with every one of your Facebook friends before shunting you off to a survey page. The same thing will happen to your friends if they click on the link from your page. And so on.
Examples of the come-on:
Amazing how a spider can go under your skin This spider is brutal..
WTF - There is a spider inside the skin of this girl, extremely painful !
O-M-G - Spider Grows Under Skin - Crazy!
Totally Crazy and just a little gross. But still Amazing!
Amazing! Spider is Growing Under Woman Skin
WARNING: Sh0ck1ng Footage!
Una Araña debajo de la piel. A spider under your skin!
Él dice que era una araña bajo la piel, ¿qué dices?.He says there was a spider under the skin what do you say?
The reason security experts have labeled it a scam is that the folks behind it are making a commission on every survey completed by Facebook users. Sweet, eh?
If the message appears on your wall, DON'T click on the link. DELETE the message so others won't.
Read more about it:
• A Spider Under the Skin? It's a Facebook Survey Scam
• OMG! A Spider Under the Skin! - Facebook Scam