Nigel Farage was rounded on by other party leaders on Thursday night's election debate after he complained about foreigners with HIV. He complained that each patient cost £25,000 per year.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood tackled him on the subject during the seven-way discussion, saying it was scaremongering and that he should be ashamed of himself.
"You can come to Britain from anywhere in the world and get diagnosed with HIV and get the retroviral drugs that cost up to £25,000 per year per patient. I know there are some horrible things happening in many parts of the world, but what we need to is put the National Health Service there for British people and families who in many cases have paid into this system for decades," he said.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon also attacked Farage on that point saying: ""One of the things we've learned is there's nothing Farage wouldn't blame on foreigners."