A nursing care plan in Texas is facing a new type of crisis after a plan administrator was caught on camera using a “honey trap” to trap a young woman who was being monitored for sexually transmitted infections.
The incident occurred during a visit to a nursing home in Katy on Monday, when a female nurse was being followed by a male patient who was also a patient.
After a few minutes of searching, the nurse discovered the woman had STDs, which led to her being tested for them.
The woman tested negative, and the patient tested positive.
She told the Houston Chronicle the nurse, who is now in her 20s, had a plan that was being implemented on the day she was tested.
The plan had a three-week “window” in which people could stay at home and check in.
But as a nurse was leaving the home, a male nurse began following her.
She also followed the patient and a young female nurse as they were leaving the facility.
When the woman arrived home, she found her son and daughter, who were being monitored, sleeping in the living room.
When she checked on them, she realized they had been infected.
She called 911, and was able to track down the male nurse who was later arrested and charged with felony stalking.
A local news station reported the male nursing home administrator was also in jail for the incident.