the store manager touched my legs and then spread them apart and asked my suggestivly if he could help me out in any way..knowing that my husband was out of town. i cant remember the exact words he used, but it was in reference of how he could be of service or make me happy. i told him we were friend and my husband was his friend.i was astonished and befuddled that he could be so bold and brazen to even make such a suggestion his was a reply was simply that we could be friends with benefits. i tried to laugh if off. truth be told..not so funny.
we have a group of 6 or 7 of us. reporting the cituation was a very heavy decision to make. i called our home store and someone came to help work the shift because i was so upset. made a phone call also to another boss at his home to let him know as well. i dont know what the fallout will be and am scared and confused as to what to do next.
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