Single Status Update
Just as I finished my shower I spotted a Brazilian yellow scorpion ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tityus_serrulatus one of these freaky freaking things: http://www.afpmb.org/sites/default/files/Living_Hazards/t_serrulatus_brazil1ByEdMoreiraMota&ScorpFils.jpg ), slowly climbing out of the drain on the floor. I was like, "HOLY SH*T!!". It hid back in the drain when I approached to hit it with an object to disable it and then capture it, though, so I had to block the drain. Tomorrow I will call the animal control, first thing in the morning, to ask directions on how to proceed with this situation.
This species is considered to be the most dangerous in Brazil and is native of the central-west region of the country. Exactly the region where I live. The Centro de Controle de Zoonoses (our animal control service) always advises people to never touch the scorpion directly, capture it if possible and contact them. If a capture is not possible, then contact them either way ASAP. And that's what I'm gonna do in the morning.