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Teacher Arrested for Infecting 50 Men with HIV

Map of Taiwan with Taipei locator (click to enlarge)

Map of Taiwan with Taipei locator (click to enlarge)

An elementary school teacher, 38, in Taipei, Taiwan, was arrested after authorities alleged that he held male homosexual orgies selling attendees drugs like ketamine — but that’s not why they arrested him.

The teacher first came to the attention of police when they suspected that he had been selling ketamine online. In the course of the investigation it was discovered that, much to everyone’s horror, that the man, identified in documents as Feng, is HIV positive. Further investigation revealed that he was well aware of this fact, having been suspended from his job in September 2012 when the infection was diagnosed. A teacher for ten years, Feng was marked as a drug user and fired in December 2012.

The worst part is that he had sexual contact with over 100 men through his sex parties. When testing revealed that 50 of his former sex partners contracted the virus, police arrested Feng.

He faces up to 12 years in prison on drug charges and for knowingly exposing others to the AIDS virus, which, thanks to developments in the treatment of HIV, he will probably live to serve.

Thankfully, none of the man’s illegal activities involved his students.

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