Rylan was attacked by a bat as he opened the front door, causing terror throughout the Clark home.
The former X Factor contender and full-time national treasure, 35, turned to Instagram to warn his fans of the low-flying creatures and detail his horrific encounter.
Hilariously yelling into the camera, he told followers that a bat had fallen on his hand and sought for aid and guidance on how to cope with bats that come too near for comfort.
‘I ain’t joking with ya,’ he opened.
‘I have just come to my front door and opened it, and a bat has flown at me and landed on my hand.
‘Landed on my hand! A bat! And then it’s flown away.’
He continued: ‘Now, it’s snowing – has anyone got any bat expertise? Is that normal? When it’s snowing? Because it has flown and landed on my hand. There. It’s landed on me and then gone!
‘Can someone please tell me if that’s normal behaviour? Because I don’t think that’s normal for the bat. I’ve already got a [pet] pheasant. I don’t need this! So can someone tell me, please?’
In the comments, Jedward and Frankie Bridge taunted Rylan about his terrifying experience but gave no advise on how to deal with it.
‘I think you need to say that it landed on your hand again,’ Frankie posted, completing her comment with a crying-laughing emoji.
Meanwhile, Jedward proposed that Rylan dress as Batman for all Halloween events he attends in the next nine months.
Another user, Bizza29, had a more optimistic outlook on the matter and gave a stressed Rylan the important advise he sought.
They said: ‘My husband is an ecologist and says it’s not normal but [the bat] probably just needed somewhere to land momentarily. Nothing to worry about. Think of yourself as the chosen one – the place of comfort for a cold bat.’
The incident with the bat most likely reminded Rylan of when a snake infiltrated his house in September of last year, and he even mistook a belt for it.
Taking to Instagram to share CCTV evidence of one of the snakes, Rylan wrote: ‘Oh my f*****g God! Noticed one of my cameras had moved. That b*****d is back! Send help!’
In brighter news for the Radio 2 DJ, fans have urged him to sing again following a powerful performance with Rick Astley on New Year’s Eve.
Rylan and Rick played You Spin Me Round, Dead or Alive’s 1985 number one song, as part of the New Year’s Eve lineup.
‘You were fabulous, loved the sparkly string vest, Happy New Year. You’ve been rickrolled and spun right round,’ said social media user Ellen Doolan.
Source My Celebrity Life.