Thursday, 31 May 2018

Male nurse set off fire alarm to see colleague’s breasts bounce as she ran down the corridor

A male nurse set off a hospital alarm so he could watch a colleague’s breasts bounce around as she ran down the corridor, a disciplinary tribunal heard.

Aaron Kibaja, manager at Highbury Hospital’s dementia ward in Nottingham, behaved inappropriately towards four women between 2012 and 2016, it is claimed.

The father-of-four is accused of groping two of the women and making lewd comments – including referring to a colleague’s breasts as ‘twins’.

In 2012 he mimicked his panicked colleague’s bouncing breasts with his hands as she dashed down a hallway, the Nursing and Midwifery Council tribunal heard.

He is said to have sounded the emergency alarm at the hospital seconds earlier knowing there was no emergency.

In 2015 he allegedly made a lewd comment to a nurse during a meeting about her returning to work following a wrist injury.

He said her partner must be upset ‘because she couldn’t give him a hand job’, adding ‘you can still do lollipop’ making a hand and mouth gesture, it is claimed.

Kibaja allegedly told her she was ‘sexy’ and ‘pretty’, asked her ‘Can I touch your bum?’ and said he missed her in a phone call while breathing heavily down the line.

He also told her ‘I could give it to you from behind’ and frequently asked her if she would ‘do’ his ‘lollipop’ while gesturing towards his private parts, it is claimed.

Three women allege Kibaja dropped pens and keys on the floor and asked them to pick them up. He allegedly winked at them and said ‘Go on, you want to’.

During a 2015 supervision meeting he allegedly dropped his keys then thrusted his hips and nodded his head, saying: ‘Go on’.

He is also accused of blocking doorways so women would have to brush past him and groping at least two females as they tried to get through.

One woman said he told her she had ‘a fine rump’ and that she was going to ‘get it wheelbarrow’, as well as nicknaming her breasts ‘twins’ and calling her ‘farty arse’.

Kibaja denies all the allegations against him and told the Nursing and Midwifery Council it was a ‘shock’ when he was informed about them.

‘I never said any of those things,’ he told the hearing.

Asked about the alleged ‘fine rump’ comment, he explained that he was talking about eating steak on a night out.

‘I never said that to her – that she has a fine rump,’ he said.

‘I can only recall a conversation as a team and I believe it was in the mess office where they were planning a night out as a team.

‘I had never been on any night out with staff. The conversation was around what individuals like to eat and drink and I recall me saying I drink Jack Daniel’s and Amaretto and the fact that my wife was a vegan, but when I go out I will have a steak.’

Kibaja added:

‘From the time the allegations was said about me it has never been the same, not only for myself – I am a father with four kids. I so love my wife – I married her in 2015.

‘That was in February and the allegations came around the time I lost my dad in December.

‘From the beginning I am telling the truth and only the truth and that is what I will still say now.’

Daily Mail

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