This female Auplopus carbonarius  has caught a jumping spider Marpissa muscosa. Effortless she dragged the larger spider across the ground, up into some plants, then one and a halve meter up into a Butterfly bush and flew away with the spider. Normally she will only fly a short distance before landing again due to the weight of the prey but that has not been observed.
The spider wasp had removed all but two legs on the right side of the spider. Especially the remaining foreleg kept getting stuck preventing the spider from being pulled any further, but the wasp did not remove it.
References1 Nederlands Soortenregister