Police in Thailand have arrested an HIV-infected soldier Sgt. Maj. Jakkrit Khomsing who supposedly coerced and raped more than 70 high school young boys. Police said in an explanation that they got information that Khomsing was using fake social media profiles on Facebook and the gay dating application Blued to win the trust of his teenage victims. Police Lt. Col. Nacharot Kaewpetch said the unfortunate victims would send their naked photographs to Khomsing before consenting to meet him. When they discovered he was not who he put on a show to be on the web, he would threaten to make their naked photographs open on the off chance that they declined to have intercourse with him. Kaewpetch said police discovered medicine for treating HIV when they arrested the 43-year-old Khomsing Wednesday in his home in the northeastern area of Khon Kaen. They said tests affirmed he was infected with HIV. So far police have discovered that Khomsing had more than 70 exploited victim between the ages of 13 and 18. “Even though the suspect is a soldier, this behavior — and I’ve consulted with army commanders — is a personal issue, not an organisational one,” police Maj. Gen. Surachate Hakparn said. Police said they are broadening their investigation and are attempting to contact different unfortunate victims who have not yet recorded charges. Police have so far charged Khomsing with six offenses, including sex with a minor under 15 with or without their consent, punishable by 4-20 years in prison. Other charges are indecent assault of a minor under 15 using threats, punishable by up to 10 years in prison; separating a minor under 15 from their parents without reason, punishable by 3-15 years in prison; blackmail, punishable by up to 3 years in prison; and coercing minors to conduct inappropriate acts, punishable by up to three months in prison.