Factory owners send HIV infected people to attack customers for refusing to pay their billBy Mason White 10:47 AM January 2, 2015
By: Wayne Morin
Customers of a clothing factory who refused to pay their bill, were attacked by a group of HIV infected people, police in China said.
Shanghai Police said that they received a complaint from a company after theirs employees were threatened and attacked by people who claimed to have HIV.
According to the police investigation, the company that filed the complaint refused to pay a clothing factory 3 million yuan ($484,000) after receiving a shipment of clothes.
The company claimed that the clothes were of poor quality. In response, the factory sent a group of people to demand payment.
When the company refused their demands, several of them began scratching and biting company employees. The company said that they have hired security guards to protect its employees.