Walk in the street. There is an old man ahead. His genitals are exposed. The glans are very red. I took a lot of toilet paper and swabbed my genitals. He passed me with toilet paper in his hand. I felt the paper in his hand touch my hands and clothes. I felt sick. At that time, I bought a spray alcohol handle to disinfect clothes. Go home and take a bath in 20 minutes. If he is an STD patient. The secretion on his paper came into contact with my hands and clothes. Will sexually transmitted diseases be indirectly transmitted to my genitals through contaminated clothes when I go home for washing
AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease, mainly caused by sexual transmission, including other sexually transmitted diseases, which are also transmitted by sexual intercourse.
When you encounter such a situation at ordinary times, it is certain that the other party is mentally ill. You can hide far away. Such naked people run out of the street. Just stay away from him.
There are many kinds of sexually transmitted diseases, including gonorrhea, syphilis, genital herpes, condyloma acuminatum and genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection. The transmission route of these diseases is mainly transmitted through sexual behavior, so the situation you described has no transmission route, and this contact will not be transmitted to you
First of all, from what you have said, there should be no infection of HIV and no venereal infection. This need not worry, because the degree of exposure in the air will not lead to such infection and will not spread through the air.