A UK paramedic allegedly slapped a patient across the face and spoke aggressively to her, according to BBC News.
Philip Hillier, 53, recently left the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust after a 20-year career due to the allegations and denies any misconduct.
The allegations were detailed during a hearing in Cardiff, in which the tribunal was told that Hillier assaulted the woman.
"Another paramedic was trying to sit her up and Mr. Hillier kept pinching her legs and under her arms," presenting officer Sophie Lister said. "She said Mr. Hillier was kneeling on the floor and said to her 'Why are you being such a silly (explicative)?' "
The woman reported the alleged assault to police, but Hillier was never charged.