[/caption]A Brazilian doctor, tired of having her home burglarized, chose an unconventional way of warning would-be thieves to stay off her property. She taped dozens of HIV-infected needles to the fence surrounding her property. The accompanying sign read, "Wall with HIV-infected blood. No trespassing."

After neighbors complained, the needles were removed, and the case is being investigated since it's illegal for workers to remove supplies, infected or otherwise, from public hospitals.

The doctor will undergo clinical evaluation, and faces the possibility of losing her medical license.

How far is too far, when it comes to protecting your property? She's clearly broken laws, but is revoking her medical license warranted?