She also publicly slammed her agency bosses while working for North East Lincolnshire Council’s children’s services — branding one manager a “f***tard”.
In one incendiary post she wrote: “Today was not great, back to back meetings, nightmare parents, demonic children and s****y drivers.”
Ranting about another case, Thomas wrote of one mum: “Moronic cow shouldn’t be allowed near kids.”
And in another she wrote: “A busy day trying to work out the family dynamics of a family with xx children, not all the same parents but hell I was confused but the amount of different names and relationships of adults involved.”
Thomas, known as Jo, was reprimanded after local families complained about her openly discussing their cases on social media.
In many posts Thomas identifies the locations and sizes of families — which could lead to identification.
In one she tells of returning a “gobby” child to “awful” parents that she deemed to “not want her”.
And she defended her rants when challenged by social media users about her behaviour.
One woman wrote: “Inviting the public to comment on families’ private concerns must break rules on professional conduct.”
Thomas replied: “No it does not.
“I did not name anyone, I did not mention area and who said it was about work! Stop stalking me.”