A TORY chief has quit after saying A&Es were full of “fat mums in Pot Noodle-stained leggings”.
Gareth Baines also claimed women were taking “snot-covered Asbo” kids into hospital to gain “Facebook likes”.
He later apologised for his New Year’s Eve Twitter rant and resigned as the Clwyd South Conservative Association constituency chairman.
But Mr Baines has not quit as a councillor with Chirk Town Council, insisting his comments were taken “out of context”.
He had posted: “A&Es in Germany aren’t full of fat mums in Pot Noodle-stained leggings/pjs taking their kids for a day out at A&E to harvest Facebook likes because their darling little snot-covered Asbo fell over.”
He added: “Our NHS is treated as a sacred cow and cannot be criticised.
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“But after spending most of my life working on the continent, the NHS isn’t the best in the world — it isn’t one of the best in Europe.”
Rival politicians have asked sitting MP Simon Baynes to take action against Mr Baines, who acted as his agent in the 2019 General Election.
The Welsh Labour Party said: “This is terrible and shows what he really thinks about the people who use the NHS.”
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