Fact Check: Cadbury products added with HIV infected blood hoax

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Viral Message: This is the guy who ADDED his INFECTED BLOOD to CADBURY PRODUCTS. For the next few weeks DON'T CONSUME any products from Cadbury

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Fact Check by Ayupp Fake

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BREAKING NEWS:
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This is the guy who ADDED his INFECTED BLOOD to CADBURY PRODUCTS. For the next few weeks DON'T CONSUME any products from Cadbury as a WORKER from the COMPANY has ADDED his BLOOD contaminated with HIV (AIDS). It was broadcasted yesterday on BBC NEWS (Also available on YouTube). The HIV Virus cannot survive outside it's host EXCEPT under 'LABORATORY' CONDITIONS.
Alert those you care about, INFECTED or NOT. No one deserves this.

Viral Message Verification:- A message going viral over the social media regarding the Cadbury product contaminated with HIV infected blood and requesting the users to not to use its product.

First let’s confirm you that it is a hoax message and there is no iota of truth in the message.

Fact 1: There is no way at the present system that a person who eat Cadbury products will be affected with AIDs.

 At present there is not a single incident of HIV AIDS, being spread by food beverages.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have not received a single case of HIV infection with blood or semen, neither it has received any complaints or report on HIV infection with food items.

Fact 2: the photo used for the Cadbury is of of Nyanya Bombing Mastermind Ogwuche, from July 2014, Nigeria.

As published in the website premiumtimesng

Aminu Ogwuche, the Nigerian accused of masterminding the April 14 bomb explosion in Nyanya, a suburb of Abuja, has been handed to Nigerian security officials by the International Police, INTERPOL.

This was disclosed by the Defence Headquarters on its twitter handle on Tuesday afternoon.

Details on HIV:

The disease does not live outside the body. If a small amount of the Virus is exposed to the air it will die immediately. Hence there is no food item that can be contaminated with HIV virus.

The message is complete fake and can be deleted right now.



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