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Miss Carberry said: 'He was extremely concerned and upset about this and repeatedly asked Daryll Rowe whether he was clean which he said he was.That condom did not split accidentally.' The court heard that an HIV-positive person is receiving retroviral treatment it makes it much more difficult for someone to pass on the HIV virus during sex.The Hawes Inn is situated by the forth railway bridge.Dating back to the 17th century, the pub was an inspiration for Edinburgh author Robert Louis Stevenson. The story 'Kidnapped' has the character David Balfour abducted from this lodge.The court heard that days after having sex with a number of men he goaded them by telling them he had HIV.In one text message he said: 'Maybe you have the fever because I came inside you and I have HIV. ' He would incessantly message and call them and leave abusive and insulting messages for them.
'The condoms inside had been sabotaged.'The nipple end was missing, the the condoms had been fully broken, pushed back inside their wrappers and back into the box.'If the aim of a condom is to prevent semen entering the anus or vagina during intercourse, thereby providing reassurance the other party is safe, the only reason a pre-ripped condom is used is to coerce another into having unprotected sexual intercourse.' Sussex Police were contacted in February 2016 and had diagnosed two men as HIV positive who had described having intercourse with a man with a Scottish accent.Caroline Carberry, prosecuting, said Rowe was diagnosed HIV positive in Edinburgh in April 2015 and had initially been taking retroviral drugs to inhibit the virus.The treatment helps ensure HIV cannot damage the immune system and should mean the likelihood of transmitting the disease is extremely low.In one message he told a victim: 'I ripped the condom. You didn't even know.' The court heard he then repeated the abuse when he called the victim and laughed out loud down the phone.The victim then tested positive for HIV which showed he had a strain of the virus similar to that suffered by Rowe.
A hairdresser deliberately infected four men he met through Grindr with HIV before sending them 'mocking and abusive' texts, a court heard.