Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa on Thursday was embroiled in a scuffle with Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga in Parliament.
During the chaotic session that discussed recommendations by Powers and Privileges Committee over the conduct of Wajir County MP Fatuma Gedi, Barasa insisted that the findings were accurate.
The committee had found Gedi guilty of getting information about her alleged misconduct from a parliamentary staff without due process.
While making his submissions, Barasa was persistently interrupted by Wanga, who could be heard accusing him of gender discrimination.
The furious Barasa hit back, threatening to punch her, a move which led to intervention of Speaker Justin Muturi.
"If Fatuma Gedi confirmed when she appeared before this committee that she indeed took the information from the official, answer is yes," Barasa is heard saying.
"Please protect me from Gladys Wanga. Why are you making noise? This is parliament. It's not your house. I will punch this lady who is making noise."
The Jubilee MP has been at loggerheads with some of his colleagues. During Kibra by-election, he accused Simba Arati of mobilising goons to intimidate him.
Gedi survived after MPs voted in numbers to prevent parliament from suspending her. She's one of supporters of the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.
"Thanks to my colleagues in the National Assembly for rejecting the recommendations. Thank you fixing the monuments of witch hunt. No form of fishing expedition can stop me," she tweeted.