I worked in a bakery at a large grocery store in a busy part of the city. I've had to deal with every type of customer out there. This particular one still sticks out to me, though.
I was out restocking some shelves with fresh baked goods, instead of working in the back like I usually do, when a middle aged, overweight man came up to me and tried to strike up a conversation with me. I'm not one to judge people, so I listen politely, as I'm required to do as per company policy. He tells me he's looking for a certain type of rolls, so I help him find them, and assume that will be the end of that.
No. He follows me around for 10 minutes, telling me how great these rolls are for tuna sandwiches, how he'd like me to come over to his house for dinner so I can try it and see, and making inappropriate comments about buns and fish and anything else he can think of, all the while smelling like half a liquor store.
As per company policy, I can't do anything unless he gets physical, so I have to smile and nod politely while he tells me how sexy I am, etc.
I took my break immediately afterwards, obviously. It was horrifying. I made my fiance come pick me up after work in case the guy was going to follow me home.
This isn't the first or last time I've had an old, drunk man hit on me at work, but it was one of the few that felt more threatening than most.