I also would be very uncomfortable and you did the right thing, it will be HR that decides what to do. As you stated it was not just the trench coat, or the book but his behavior, put that all together and you have reason to be uncomfortable and should speak up. He may just be looking for attention and gets his kicks by making people nervous but no one should have to work in an environment that feels threatening and uncomfortable. As far as prejudice, he chose to make a statement and what makes his rights any more important than the rights of the others there. If he is an okay guy he will change his behavior when given the chance to do so.
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2/15/09 at 11:25am