Insatiable Casanova: Teaching assistant, 47, calls in the police after Italian waiter lover harasses her to have sex "morning, noon and…

Insatiable Casanova: Teaching assistant, 47, calls in the police after Italian waiter lover harasses her to have sex 'morning, noon and night'Giuseppe Morello, 43, began affair with the widow, 47, after husband's deathShe ended affair because of Morello's demands for sex three times a dayHe tried to win her back by sending 20 texts a day and turned up at schoolOne text said: 'My life is over without you, I will go to prison for you'Ordered not to contact her after admitting harassment at Manchester court By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:32 GMT, 29 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:45 GMT, 30 March 2013 Smiles: Giuseppe Morello (pictured), 43, began an affair with the woman, a 47-year old widow, after the death of her husband A teaching assistant had to get police to restrain her ‘insatiable’ lover after she dumped him for being too demanding in the bedroom. The 47-year-old mother of three, who was looking for love after the death of her husband, began a whirlwind romance with Italian waiter Giuseppe Morello, 43. But she broke off their passionate affair because she grew tired of the pressure to have sex with him ‘morning, noon and night’

Jimmy Savile scandal: BBC accused of using licence fee cash to buy the silence of TWENTY women who made complaints

BBC accused of using licence fee cash to buy the silence of TWENTY women who made sex complaintsBBC paid off ex-employees who made complaintsFormer members of staff made to sign 'compromise agreements' Deals gagged victims of sexual harassment and bullyingGroup of at least 20 ex-BBC staff have now made formal complaints . The Respect at Work review was launched by the former director general George Entwistle last October after news emerged that many of Savile's alleged offences took place on BBC premises. The complainants have branded the BBC as hypocrites for imposing the gags whilst proclaiming to be in the process of cleaning up the culture which enabled Jimmy Savile to commit sex crimes without being exposed Speaking at the time, he said: 'The allegations that have arisen in the last few weeks that date back decades have truly shocked me

BBC accused of using licence fee cash to buy the silence of TWENTY women who made sex complaints

BBC accused of using licence fee cash to buy the silence of TWENTY women who made sex complaintsBBC paid off ex-employees who made complaintsFormer members of staff made to sign 'compromise agreements' Deals gagged victims of sexual harassment and bullyingGroup of at least 20 ex-BBC staff have now made formal complaints . The Respect at Work review was launched by the former director general George Entwistle last October after news emerged that many of Savile's alleged offences took place on BBC premises

Vince Cable dropped for key Liberal Democrat rally speech so party can parade a woman instead

Vince Cable dropped for key Liberal Democrat rally speech so party can parade a woman instead Women's Minister Jo Swinson will address spring conference next weekendParty insiders fear it is wrong move in wake of Lord Rennard claims By Brendan Carlin PUBLISHED: 00:22 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:50 GMT, 3 March 2013 Vince Cable has been moved from a key role at a Liberal Democrat rally in favour of the Minister caught up in the party’s ‘sex harassment’ row. Lib Dem rising star Jo Swinson, the Women’s Minister, has been picked ahead of Business Secretary Mr Cable to address party activists at their spring conference next weekend. The decision came after party managers demanded a female speaker because next Friday is International Women’s Day.

BBC used licence fee cash to pay off women who complained about sexual harassment

BBC used licence fee cash to pay off women who complained about sexual harassmentBBC paid off ex-employees who made complaintsFormer members of staff made to sign 'compromise agreements' when they left corporation By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 02:10 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:18 GMT, 3 March 2013 The BBC used taxpayers' money to gag female members of staff who made complaints regarding sexual harassment. Former members of staff who left claiming to have been victims of bullying or sexual harassment in the workplace, were forced to sign ‘compromise agreements’ when they left the corporation. The deal signed by at least 20 ex-BBC employees bar them from revealing they have signed such a deal in the first place.

Wife-from-hell handed five-year ASBO for nagging her husband so loudly it kept the neighbours awake for THREE YEARS

'Wife from hell' handed five-year ASBO for nagging her 'sweet-natured' husband so loudly it kept the neighbours awake for THREE YEARSJulie Griffiths breached a noise abatement order 47 times in three months this year just by 'screaming' at her partner NormanThe angry wife was first ordered to be quiet by the council in 1999But it got so bad that recording equipment was placed next door this year Griffiths blamed stress of 12-hour shifts at work forcing her to let off steamCourt hands her a five-year ASBO and a 500 fine | UPDATED: 18:29 GMT, 20 December 2012 A wife-from-hell was slapped with a long ASBO after she kept her neighbours awake for three years because she was constantly nagging her husband. Julie Griffiths, 43, breached a noise abatement order a staggering 47 times in three months this year and was warned she could face jail if she does not calm down, a court heard

Senior nurse Stephen Johnson who tormented mentally ill patients with Nazi salutes faces being struck off

Senior NHS nurse tormented mentally ill patients by performing Nazi goose-step and groped a male colleague Stephen Johnson, 54, was found guilty of eight allegations of misconductJohnson, from Colchester, Essex, reduced a patient who suffered from delusions that he was Adolf Hitler to tearsHe shouted 'Heil Hitler' while Polish and Jewish colleagues watched He also groped a male colleague and touched a male patient's genitalsThe deputy ward manager sent pornographic images to a female co-worker | UPDATED: 17:14 GMT, 18 December 2012 Punishment: Nurse Stephen Johnson faces being struck off for his treatment of mentally ill patients A senior nurse who goose-stepped around a room of mentally ill patients while performing Nazi salutes faces being struck off. Stephen Johnson put a finger under his nose to represent a Hitler moustache and marched around the NHS care home in Essex like Basil Fawlty in the comedy classic Fawlty Towers

Nazi stalker who sent bullets to his victim and a DVD with mocked up images of her being beheaded is jailed for four years

Nazi stalker who sent bullets to his victim and a DVD with mocked up images of her being beheaded is jailed for four years Daniel Coleman, 28, also daubed offensive graffiti on her house Police found photos of him dressed in a Nazi uniform holding a gunSet up Facebook account in serial killer's name to harass his victim online | UPDATED: 11:01 GMT, 17 December 2012 A Nazi stalker obsessed with a woman who turned him down, sent his victim bullets in the post during a four-year reign of terror.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn"s lawyers meet for settlement talks with New York hotel maid

DSK's lawyers meet for settlement talks with New York hotel maid as he holidays in Venice with his new girlfriend | UPDATED: 09:24 GMT, 10 December 2012 The hotel housekeeper's lawsuit against former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn may soon end when their respective lawyers meet on Monday to discuss settlement details. The maid, Nafissatou Diallo, is expected to be there, but Strauss-Kahn is not as he was just spotted in Venice, Italy with his girlfriend over the weekend. If a deal is inked, it could be simply the product of a meeting of financial motives – getting compensated for an alleged wrong versus avoiding further legal expenses and the uncertainty of a trial

DSK may settle with hotel maid as their lawyers meet for settlement discussion but he won"t be there as holidays in Venice with his new…

DSK's lawyers meet for settlement talks with New York hotel maid as he holidays in Venice with his new girlfriend | UPDATED: 04:42 GMT, 10 December 2012 The hotel housekeeper's lawsuit against former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn may soon end when their respective lawyers meet on Monday to discuss settlement details. The maid, Nafissatou Diallo, is expected to be there, but Strauss-Kahn is not as he was just spotted in Venice, Italy with his girlfriend over the weekend. If a deal is inked, it could be simply the product of a meeting of financial motives – getting compensated for an alleged wrong versus avoiding further legal expenses and the uncertainty of a trial.