I have a couple of stories for ya:
When I worked as a very young CNA in LTC, I was assigned to clean up a HUGE diarrhea mess left by one of the patients. The whole bed--blanket, sheets, etc.--were covered in poop. So was the lid of her lunch tray (don't know how that happened.) Ewwww :barf01: :barf01:
More recently, we had a couple of residents who liked to collect their turds--one lady wrapped her poo balls nicely in toilet tissue and tucked them away in her dresser. The other one put them on display in piles on her headboard at night. Lovely smell.
Two incidents I didn't witness, but heard about at work, involved a male resident who went to a female resident's room and proceeded to crap, standing up. Female resident comes to complain about him, the NA on duty was about to leave, so she told the housekeeper to please clean up the mess. So the housekeeper almost pukes when she sees the huge turd on the floor and almost chucked her breakfast while cleaning up the stuff.)
Another time one of the residents had projectile diarrhea ALL OVER her room (and this lady is tiny). One of my coworkers told me the room looked like a crime scene and she freaked out. Thankfully the maintenance man was there to help her get it clean.