An 11-year-old boy at Staten Island University Hospital to get stitches had to get emergency HIV testing after a madman ripped an IV out of his arm and sprayed the boy with blood. "The guy was completely unrestrained running with his IV needle swinging and spraying blood," the boy's father told the Daily News. The next day, the boy started an anti-AIDS regimen, and his mom said, "As low as the risk is, it's a possibility and basically that's what the specialist has told us." The blood-spraying man is being tested for HIV, and results are expected tomorrow. And who's terrified of the hospital now?