Opposition MP Daryl Vaz said that Warmington was called names such as b-man and faggot by members of the government side.
North West Manchester Member of Parliament, Mikael Phillips, on Tuesday brought a motion to Parliament asking the members to consider disciplinary actions against Warmington.
Warmington twice called Lisa Hanna, MP for South East St Ann, a Jezebel during the previous week's sitting of the House of Representatives.
In his motion, Phillips called for the matter be referred to the Committee of Privileges for consideration and report on whether Warmington should be sanctioned for his actions and behaviour.
Phillips said the committee finds that Warmington should be sanctioned and it should also
recommend the appropriate punishment.
The first time MP has also called for the establishment and implementation of a Code of Parliamentary Conduct for all Members of the House of Representatives, any breach of which will result in sanction against offending members.
Phillips said that members of the House should be cognisant that parliamentary privilege should be exercised with responsibility and decorum befitting their roles as representatives of the people of Jamaica.
He said that by his disorderly conduct last week, Warmington hampered the proceedings and led to a waste of parliamentary time.
He said, too, that in addition to using unparliamentary remarks to fellow Members of the House, Warmington should be cited for his failure to respect and adhere to the authority of the Speaker and his general display of contempt for the House of Representatives.
A furious Delroy Chuck told Speaker Michael Peart that "You should never have allowed this motion."
"This motion is out of place," said Chuck, who fumed that Warmington was provoked.
"Call the man b-man," he said.
The term b-man is used to describe a homosexual.
Hansard does not support the claim of abuse the two times that Hanna was called a Jezebel, but Warmington insists that she made degrading comments about him.
In the meantime, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has introduced two pieces of proposed law in Parliament which seeks to increase the penalty for crimes committed against children.
One of the bills allows for an additional 10 years' imprisonment to be added to the sentence of persons found guilty of crimes such as rape, abuse, buggery, assault and murder. If passed into law, the minimum period which the person who carries out ills against children shall serve, before becoming eligible for parole, will be increased by 10 years.
Let us also not forget this is the same minister who was reported to be developing programs for LGBT children in April 2014 - The Government says it is in the process of developing new services, initiatives and programmes to address issues affecting various sections of the youth population including Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) individuals.
Youth Minister Lisa Hanna made the announcement while speaking yesterday morning at the Panos Caribbean Stakeholder Conference.
She says new targeted intervention is necessary, if the Government is to adequately and effectively address the challenges, concerns and needs of the different types of youth her ministry serves.
Some of the other groups include Men who have sex with Men (MSM) and youth with sexual orientation and gender identity issues.
Hanna explains that given the lack of data on LGBT youth, today's stakeholder consultation is timely as it will provide the youth ministry with a better understanding of what the issues are.
She insists that the Government’s duty is not only to provide shelter and protection for abandoned and abused children but also therapeutic intervention to address the physical and psychological harm they have suffered.
Hanna says it is clear that there will also have to be what she calls a resetting of the mind and of the way in which people are treated.