People Stabbed By A Syringe With A Note, "Welcome To The HIV Club"


Feb 07, 2015 at 4:18 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : News & Events

An incident is now making rounds about spreading a very dangerous virus by stabbing a syringe on the victim with a note written, "Welcome to the HIV Club."

MANILA, PHILIPPINES"I just heard the craziest, sickest, scariest thing so far in my young life. People, most especially students, know Recto as one of the busiest, most crowded places in Manila. A good market for cheap books, students flock to the area with hopes of saving money. But then after hearing this story, I don't know if the money's worth it. 

An AMV student went to Recto to buy a book, and as she was walking with the crowd, she felt her arm grow a little heavier. When she looked to check, she saw a syringe plunged in her arm with a note that said "Welcome to the HIV world". At first, she thought it was nothing; a prank made by attention-seekers. She decided to have herself checked in the UST Hospital, just in case. Her result was HIV positive. 

It sounds like a horror story, I know. Almost unreal. But you can be sure I'll be keeping myself away from crowded places for awhile."

SEATTLE - Also, man in Seattle is living in fear after a man told police that he was randomly stabbed with a syringe by a woman who told him, "Welcome to the HIV club."

The incident occurred on September 17 just after midnight. The victim, together with his girlfriend, were walking in front of the Red Star bar in Seattle’s Fremont when he suddenly felt a sharp prick and stabbing puncture to his left tricep.

According to the police report, the victim says that he saw blood coming from the needle. The victim told police that he was stunned and in shock after he was pricked. The man immediately went to the hospital after the incident to have himself checked for HIV however, it remains unclear whether or not he tested positive for the HIV virus.

The police then said, "Hopefully, this was just somebody with a very poor sense of humor trying to scare someone in a way that is totally inappropriate."

Do you guys think that this is just a result of a prank? Have this so-called prank already reached the Philippines? Let us know what you think about this by commenting below.


Feb 07, 2015 at 4:18 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : News & Events