Berita SMS Minuman Tin Pepsi Dan Coke Tercemar Darah HIV adalah Palsu

 

Isu penyebaran SMS secara meluas yang menyeru pengguna supaya tidak mengambil minuman seperti Pepsi, Tropicana, 7up dan beberapa minuman lain kerana mempunyai campuran darah yang dijangkiti penyakit HIV adalah palsu.

Naib Presiden Pemasaran Permanis Sdn Bhd, Hemalatha Ragavan, berkata ada individu yang cuba menyebarkan SMS palsu itu tanpa usul periksa.

Perkara itu dipercayai ditulis dalam sebuah laman web dari luar negara pada Julai lalu mengenai insiden darah HIV kononnya sengaja dicampurkan dalam minuman popular dan maklumat tidak dipercayai rakyat negara itu sendiri.

sumber: HMetro

Berikut adalah mesej tersebut yang dihantar :

“Utk beberapa hari akan datang, jangan mengambil minuman dari mana – mana produk dari syarikat Pepsi, Tropicana juice, Slice, 7UP, Coke dan lain – lain kerana ada pekerja dari syarikat itu telah menambah darahnya yang tercemar dengan HIV. Tengok Ntv7. Sebarkan kepada orang tersayang”

“the next few days, do not drink any prdct frm pepsi compny like Pepsi,Tropicana Juice,Slice,7up, Coca Cola,etc,as a worker frm the cmpny added his bloog cntaminatd wit HIV.watch NTV7.plz 4ward this 2 every1 u care abt.”

 

***Ni pula admin terbaca dari http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/fooddrink/ss/Pepsi-HIV-Blood.htm

Netlore Archive: Pepsi contaminated with AIDS? Rumor circulating via text message and social media claims Pepsi products have been purposely tainted with HIV-positive blood.

Description: Rumor
Circulating since: July 2011
Status: False

Example #1:
As posted on Facebook, Nov. 29, 2011:
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM DELHI POLICE…. 4 next NEXT FEW DAY DNT DRINK ANY PRODUCT FROM PEPSI, TROPICANA JUICE SLICE, 7UP, COCA COLA, ETC , AS A WORKER FROM D COMPANY HAS ADDED HIS BLOOD CONTAMINATED WIT AIDS. Watch ND TV. Plez Forward dis mesge to every 1 u care 4 plz

Example #2:
As posted on Facebook, Nov. 29, 2011:
Fyi,
This is the news from delhi Police……….
urgent and imp msgs for all please fwd this to all of them for whom you care, Msg: For next few days dont drink any product from pepsi company like pepsi.slice,Tropicana juice,7 up etc as a worker from the companys production dept has added his blood contiminated with Aids (HIV +ve) Watch Ndtv for more news

Example #3:
As posted on Facebook, July 23, 2011:
URGENT!!!!!! ALERT!!! Please DO NOT DRINK any PEPSI SODA, a worker from the company has put blood CONTAMINATED with AIDS inside the BOTTELS!!! Please forward this!! No jokes NOT taking any chances…. Check the news

Example #4:
As posted on Facebook, July 17, 2011:
News flash: A Pepsi worker put his HIV-infested blood in the mixer. So, please DO NOT drink any pepsi soda. Forward to everyone immediately!

Example #5:
As posted via Twitter, July 16, 2011:
I received a text saying please don’t drink Pepsi a worker put his blood (HIV +) into some bottles. Be careful.

Analysis: Sound familiar? Different versions of the same rumor have made the rounds before, in 2004 and 2007-08. In those previous cases the food products allegedly contaminated with HIV-positive blood were ketchup and tomato sauce, but the status of the rumor was the same: false.

It’s not that it’s absolutely impossible for HIV-tainted blood or other bodily fluids to find their way, accidentally or on purpose, into foods and beverages; it’s that according to the best scientific evidence available, the AIDS virus simply can’t be transmitted that way.

Here’s what the CDC says:
HIV does not live long outside the body. Even if small amounts of HIV-infected blood or semen was consumed, exposure to the air, heat from cooking, and stomach acid would destroy the virus. Therefore, there is no risk of contracting HIV from eating food.

According to a Centers for Disease Control fact sheet last updated in 2010, no incidents of food products being contaminated with HIV-infected blood or semen, and no incidents of HIV infection transmitted via food products, have ever been reported to the agency.

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