Indeed Jann, but therein lies the problem. If we're following standing orders, it is up to the chair to determine whether or not somebody's behaviour is unacceptable. If it is, the chair should invite the offender to modify his or her behaviour. If there is no change, the chair, or any other member, may propose a motion to exclude the miscreant. This motion requires a seconder. If seconded, the motion must be put to a vote and the outcome recorded in the usual way. If members have voted to exclude the bomber, the chair should then instruct the clerk to zap them.
Alternatively, just adopt the Jackie Weaver method!