No. Ringworm is a fungal infection commonly caught from cats. It will usually appear in a circular pattern somewhere one the body. It is not caught from fruits and does not go through your digestive system.
My understanding of ringworm?,,,,it is a parasite, commonly picked up by eating contaminated fruits, ie the fruits have the ring worm eggs on them,,,they then eventually hatch and make their way down the digestive trap where they feast in the upper bowel before being squeezed out of the anus, thus causing itching , usually felt more in the evening where the victim scratches and then usually re-contaminates oneself by inserting fingers into the mouth, usually in their sleep or whatever containing the eggs released by the female ringworm when squeezed by the victim? Hope this is right?