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Nursing home workers lose job for posing topless during live video chats instead of taking care of patients

By Mason White 5:47 PM April 18, 2017
Woman posing on the Internet (illustration)
Woman posing on the Internet (illustration)
By: Emily Lewis

A group of nursing home employees in the United Kingdom, lost their jobs after some of them were caught on the Internet, posing topless in exchange for money.

Caremark confirmed that one employee was fired and three others resigned from a branch in Walsall, West Midlands, after an undercover operation caught several of them stripping naked and performing sex acts on the Internet in exchange for money.

The young women charged $2.50 per minutes for private shows while they were at work and supposed to look after patients.

One nurse who was supposed to take care of the infirm, disabled and terminally ill, was seen touching her chest live on camera.

Another day, a nurse was seen committing a sex act at her desk in the administrative office as she sat in a short black leather skirt and topless.

When the nurse was asked if her colleagues were in the office, she picked up her webcam and pointed it at two nurses. One of the nurses flashed her chest for the paying customer.

Another nurse can be seen at the door and holding it shut so that nobody enters while the women were chatting topless on the Internet.

Customers were able to book Skype sessions in advance, and the women scheduled them for when they were at work. One of the nurses advertised her services as a dirty British blonde who is available for overnight sessions.

After Caremark learned about the actions of the nurses, they fired one employee while three others resigned. Caremark operates a chain of nursing homes, where they take care of the elderly and sick.