Meanwhile Jerzy Buzek the President of Parliament has demanded that Farage go and see him on Tuesday for a dressing down.
The sanctions include a posssible suspension or a withdrawal of expenses (the headmaster is going to stop your pocket money Mr Farage).
"The president is currently exploring which measures are the most appropriate to deal with this issue," Mr Buzek's spokeswoman, Inga Rosinska, told EUobserver.
"He would like to see vivid political debate but he will not tolerate that this chamber is disrespected, that people in it are personally insulted or comments about anyone's personal appearance," she added.
Ms Rosinska's statement echoed the language of the parliament's rules of procedure,
which say that: "Members' conduct shall be characterised by mutual respect ...[and] respect the dignity of parliament."
In "exceptionally serious" cases an MEP could face an official reprimand, a small fine, a few days' suspension of voting rights or removal from an official parliamentary function, such as membership of a committee.
The problem is, of course, is that Mr Farage is a repeat offender. He does not hold the Eurocrats with respect. They after all have been foisted upon us, against the explicit votes of some countries and the refused votes of others.
So why on earth should the figurehead of the undemocratic EU be held in anything but the contempt shown by Mr Farage?
And the Belgian PM. He is upset? This is the politicain who thought his own national anthem was La Marseillaise. Don't make me laugh.