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Rumor: AIDS / HIV Positive Blood in Pepsi Cola - Urban Legends
Pepsi contaminated with AIDS? Online rumor claims a worker tainted Pepsi products with HIV-positive blood.
More AIDS / HIV Sneak Attacks - Urban Legends
Dec 7, 1998 ... False tales of 'sneak attacks' with HIV-contaminated needles continue to ... Consider the persistent urban legend that solemnly warns of ...
HIV+ Blood in Ketchup Dispenser - Urban Legends
Nov 26, 2008 ... Besides which, medical scientists say HIV/AIDS is not a food-borne disease. This is from the ... Urban Legends, 18 October 2004. HIV Ketchup ...
Welcome to the World of AIDS - Urban Legends - About.com
What you have just read, albeit digitally transmitted, is an urban legend in the ... the birth of the AIDS Mary story coincided with the most virulent phase of the HIV ...
HOAX: Frooti Contaminated with AIDS / HIV Blood - Urban Legends
Mar 1, 2014 ... Online hoax claims Frooti products have been contaminated by a worker with HIV -positive blood. It's false.
HIV Needles on Gas Pump Handles - Urban Legends - About.com
Online warnings claim evildoers are exposing innocent victims to the AIDS virus by attaching HIV-contaminated needles to gas pump handles.
HIV Needle-Stick Rumors Still Thriving Online - Urban Legends
'You have been infected with HIV' - Rumors of recent needle-stick incidents in Dallas ... This is especially true in the case of the AIDS virus, which can only survive outside ... Even as the headlines blared "Urban Myth Is Reality," the ...
Urban Legends: Contaminated Food & Drink
Urban legends and horror stories involving contaminated or adulterated food and beverages. ... Food & Drink. Frooti AIDS HIV Blood - Via Facebook ...
Can You Catch AIDS From a Pineapple? - Urban Legends
May 28, 2014 ... False rumor claims a 10-year-old boy contracted AIDS after eating pineapple from a roadside vendor who was infected with HIV.
An Urban Legend Come to Life? - Urban Legends - About.com
The man was arrested, but it isn't known if he has the AIDS virus himself. ... not have been a hoax, precisely, but it certainly qualified as an urban legend. ... a calling card saying "Welcome to the world of AIDS" or "Welcome to th...