Ashton bondage-boast nurse struck off
A BRISTOL care home nurse who boasted about her sex slave romps and flashed at a shocked pensioner has been struck off.
Lesley Weir boasted of "unspeakable" bondage sessions and showed colleagues marks on her breasts, buttocks and upper thighs during staff briefings.
The Bupa care home manager bragged about having sex outdoors with strangers and bent a colleague over a desk to spank him, the Nursing and Midwifery Council found.
After finding all but one allegation against Weir proved, the NMC panel ruled her fitness to practise was impaired and that her misconduct warranted being kicked out of the profession.
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Panel chairman Jacqueline Mitton said: "This was not an isolated incident but a course of conduct over a significant period of time.
"The panel concluded that Ms Weir's misconduct is such a significant departure from standards expected of a registered nurse that it is fundamentally incompatible with her remaining on the register.
"By engaging in dishonest, aggressive and inappropriate behaviour (with sexual overtones) Ms Weir breached fundamental tenets of the profession."
A former colleague at the Amerind Grove home, in Ashton, said Weir had proudly showed off bruises on her buttocks and breasts, and talked of the "unspeakable things" she liked having done to her.
The home manager also lifted her skirt to flash two shocked pensioners as they visited a friend who had been admitted to the home.
The nurse was sacked from the home after bosses discovered she had pocketed £900 of rent paid by a nurse who lived in a flat above the home.
Weir stuffed the envelopes of cash into her diary instead of passing them to the home's accountant and only handed it back when she was caught on August 16, 2010.
She claims that she had always intended to pay it back.
Weir, who did not attend the central London hearing, wrote to the NMC admitting the majority of charges, but denied flashing her buttocks. She has 28 days to challenge the striking-off order.