Two Lenox Hill hospital registrars are suing their supervisors for sexual harassment, alleging they made lewd comments and even showed them porn on a colleague's computer.

Eliana Misas and Rhonda McIntosh said in a lawsuit that their issues with Julio Cardoza and Omar Edwards began in 2012, when McIntosh called in sick. From the Post: “'You need a Spanish-Italian sausage all the way,' he allegedly bragged, referring to his penis." Misas, for her part, was forced to endure compliments about her "beautiful breasts."

On a separate occasion, Cardoza also allegedly called both women into Edwards's office to show them porn on another staffer's computer.

The tabloid reports that both women were harassed by coworkers after filing a complaint about Edwards's conduct with their union, forcing him to resign. “The way the hospital treated these two women is despicable,” their lawyer, told the paper.

Misas claims she was unfairly fired last year, and McIntosh is still employed by the hospital, the Daily News reports. Cardoza was transferred from the emergency room, but remains on staff at the hospital.