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Some people with certain conditions, ie Alzheimer's, don't understand boundaries anymore. For all we know, the patient could have thought OP was his wife. When my Oma was in an old folks home she would get into the bed of random men thinking it was her husband. It's very tragic really.

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35-Did you skip the part of my reply where I stated that what he did was inappropriate? What he did was wrong, but I am still allowed to feel a little sorry for the guy. As people get older, they tend to develop mental issues like Alzheimer's and dementia on top of a whole host of other physical problems. He's at the end of his life, shitting in a bedpan at a retirement home. If he needs a bedpan, odds are high that he's sharing a room with someone else and doesn't even have any privacy anymore. He relies on other people to help him with the most basic, intimate functions of his life, things that he, barring some disability we don't know about, has been able to do the majority of his life on his own. His odds of having sex again are pretty close to nil, which can be a difficult thing for anyone to come to terms with. So yeah, I think I'm allowed to feel a little sorry for the guy, even though what he did was clearly inappropriate.

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40, I think if he had the presence of mind to understand OP telling him not to grope her and sling a bedpan in response, that he was probably lucid enough to know what he was doing in the first place. Don't forget, assholes get old too

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