Nurse goes nuts

Another day in Florida: nurse rips off all her clothes and starts attacking a patient, who's reported to be uninjured. The police officer says, "The whole thing is unusual." []

     Posted By: Alex - Mon Jun 15, 2015
     Category: Violence

Posted by F.U.D. on 06/15/15 at 09:31 AM
Here we go again the news hungry media sharing scary, weird and probably true stories originating in the home state of news of the weird in an attempts to scare off rich, free spending tourists. Why can't a quiet Midwest state, like Ohio generate news like this?
Posted by Gator Guy on 06/15/15 at 09:49 AM
I'm not too sure this is a genuine story. No experts were called in to give their learned opinion as to why there was a nurse in a private home. No next door neighbors (who had no idea there was a nurse) were interviewed. No ex-husband that hadn't seen the nurse for 20 years was sought out. No police captain was there to apologize for any brutality the responding officers engaged in. And, most importantly, no pictures.

Alex, did you Snopes this? (note creation of a new verb)
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 06/15/15 at 10:31 AM
Expat, you may not want to see any pictures.
Posted by KDP on 06/15/15 at 10:34 AM
Desperate men do desperate deeds.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 06/15/15 at 10:41 AM
Expat, asking Alex if he Snoped something is like asking a Ford Executive which Lincoln is the Cadillac of the line.

Its no wonder any time a nurse or aide flips out, you have no idea what they go through on a daily basis in those jobs. Not defending her actions just stating facts.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/15/15 at 04:20 PM
Patty: you have no idea what they go through on a daily basis in those jobs.

No kidding. Recently, my cousin's been in nursing care, and having medication-caused mental problems, and I pity the caretakers she's been yelling and struggling with.

If Helloooo Nude Nurse is as reported (only watched the video), sounds like a sudden brain-glitch, like those reporters who suddenly start spouting gobbledygook. IANADr, but maybe a stroke-type thing?

Of course, a nurse could be exposed to anything from a mind-affecting virus to, um, drugs of course.

Or maybe it's all a patient's fantasy. "Dear Penthouse, I never thought something like this could happen to a bedridden person like me, but...."
Posted by mindful webworker on 06/15/15 at 08:34 PM
"The whole thing is unusual." - Nuf Siad
Posted by Billy on 06/16/15 at 09:25 AM
This was reported on several stations locally.
Just another day in Paradise....
Posted by AJ on 06/16/15 at 10:21 PM
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