‘Hello big tits. I’d love to kiss your nipples.’

A nursing home worker was left ‘disgusted’ after her colleague confessed she wanted to kiss her nipples, a tribunal heard.

Lois Henry allegedly made kissing noises while commenting on her fellow worker’s breasts at Brampton Lodge Nursing Home in Warrington, Cheshire.

Heather Connolly, a health care assistant, told the Nursing and Midwifery Council that Henry had harassed her for months.

She said: ‘She made reference to my breasts and made comments such as ‘Hello big tits’ on a regular basis.

‘The behaviour continued for several months.

Ms Connolly told the hearing the behaviour had escalated after a resident had made a comment about her.

‘One of the residents said ‘oh haven’t you got a nice bottom.’

‘I mentioned the comment to Lois and she said ‘Well I think you have lovely tits.’

Ms Connolly had walked off, only to be accosted later while sitting at the nurses station.

‘Lois sat beside me and started making kissing noises.

‘She moved her head towards my breasts as if she was going to kiss them.

‘I felt disgusted and challenged her.

‘She replied: ‘I would love to kiss your nipples.

‘I became increasingly uncomfortable with her making comments and reported the matter to my manager Debbie Davidson.’

Henry also allegedly walked into the staff area and insulted her colleagues while working at the Green Park Care Home in Warrington.

She allegedly asked her colleagues why she wasn’t a part of the ‘cosiness.’

When no one replied she said: ‘You’re just like that Irish wanker and that little dwarf,’ the hearing was told.

A female colleague told her to keep her opinions to herself and Henry allegedly said: ‘Shut up you ugly robbing scouse c**t.’

When a male colleague objected to her behaviour she grabbed both of his ankles, opened his legs and ‘thrust’ her body between them, the hearing was told.

Henry allegedly said: ‘You like my black arse don’t you’ and ‘you don’t love me do you, tell me that you love me.’

Henry stopped when a resident with Alzheimer’s told her that her language was inappropriate, the panel had heard.

Henry, who is present at the hearing in Stratford, east London, is charged with putting vinegar and laxatives in a cup of tea, acting in a physically and sexually inappropriate manner, using inappropriate language in front of residents and using racist/offensive language.

She admits to making kissing noises at a colleague but denies all other charges.

The hearing is due to run until June 3.

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