One victim, who was sexually inexperienced, only found out he had HIV when he began to feel feverish and ill.
Another had sex with Rowe but insisted he wear a condom only later to discover the condom in the bathroom sink with the end of ripped off.
He deceived those men into believing he was HIV negative, reassuring those he was intimate with.' She said he declined to use condoms and if his victims insisted he wear one he would then 'sabotage' the contraception.Rowe would exchange a series of messages with the men before meeting up with them at their homes where they would have sex.Miss Carberry said: 'Daryll Rowe embarked on a cynical and deliberate campaign to infect other men with HIV, having high risk sexual intercourse knowing he was highly infectious. But there is a downside - and that downside is known as 'rejection'.We can be rejected in many areas of our lives - whether it's losing out on a job, not being invited to a party, or not being as popular as we would like. Did you know that today is the most popular day for shopping on the internet?