Disabled 40 year old Netherlands man sexually harassing nurses and asking them for sexual services as part of his care at home. When the nurse said
no, he decided that he wanted to dismiss her. The nurse said that other nurses that had worked with him in the past had given in and given him sexual
favors. Giving sexual favor is not part of being a nurse, so the nurse that said no, had to start a campaign because IT HAS BEEN RUNNING RAMPANT IN
THE NETHERLANDS. The campaign is I draw the line here.
edit on 1-6-2011 by MIDNIGHTSUN because: (no reason given)
I'm surprised he has to bother his nurses for that, prostitution is legal in the
Netherlands and you think it would just be easier for him to get it that way. Also, prostitutes are required to be registered in the Netherlands
so you think a nurse providing extra services would be in violation of the registration laws (although it does give new meaning to the term
"registered nurse" ).
You would think that the legally registered prostitutes in the country would protest against this as cutting in to their business.
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