I just heard about this driving home. Based on the story, and assuming there is no history of this man sexually harassing/assaulting women, I find this to be rather outrageous. He's 95, all the things they are describing is unfortunately a very typical part of cognitive issues that are common at advanced ages. I'm not saying it's a normal part of aging. It's not. But I would question if he's been evaluated. The conversation about losing "all filters" and some of the other comments that were made are indicative of various forms of dementia. Anyone ANYONE who has worked in these areas with even the most minimal training (and certainly a "NURSE" - which I would question...sounds like hired companions with little to no training) in gerontology know that these things happen with men and women. Go into any assisted living facility, acute care, etc. They are in the wrong line of work if they don't understand these things and know how to deal with them. Now are we going to start suing elderly patients? How about mentally ill? This is really getting crazy!