David Bock, coordinator at the Australian Museum's Search and Discover Department, explained the grisly process like this, according to the Mashable report: "What it'll do is pretty much drag it in a straight line back to its nest. It's already dug a burrow, so take the spider down while it's still alive. [The wasp] will then lay a single egg in it, the baby will hatch out and then it'll start to eat the spider alive." Damn, you guys. Damn.
Anyway, is it socially acceptable to literally bathe in bug spray? Asking for a friend.