A young nurse in Australia recently failed a random drug test. She quickly came up with an explanation as to why there were traces of cocaine in her urine.
Tara Seymour, who had been employed as a nurse since 2011 at the John Fawkner Private Hospital in a Melbourne suburb, had been described as an excellent employee and was said to be passionate about nursing.
After learning what the results of her urine sample revealed, she explained to authorities that she had sex with a very sweaty cocaine user without using a condom. Seymour continued her story saying that she didn’t bathe or use the bathroom between the sex and providing the urine sample. This, she claimed, was the reason they found traces of cocaine in her urine.
It’s an interesting story, but …
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) who heard her case, found Seymour’s story doubtful. “More relevantly, various features of Ms. Seymour’s case made her explanation of contamination less credible,” noted VCAT Deputy President Heather Lambrick.
“Prior to giving evidence before us, Ms. Seymour had never told the board that she had sexual intercourse on the morning of 16 November, 2016,” Lambrick added. “She only made reference to the evening of 15 November, 2016.
Chemical pathologist Julia Chang testified that Seymour’s version of events was “highly improbable.” In Chang’s opinion, it would require 17 ounces of semen or sweat to get a similar result, and she said no semen was detected in Seymour’s urine sample.
Mad World News reports:
A nasty nurse had “sweaty sex” with a man she barely knew before heading into work hours later, where she soon learned that something was in her body that shouldn’t be there. When questioned about the unacceptable find, she claimed her strange lover left it there just that morning after their rather dirty twist went wrong. However, there’s just one big issue with her story.