Okay. There's this new guy I'm working with on my video production job. Actually he's not "new". He's been a customer for a while, and they decided to hire him on. I had had my reservations about him coming on board, because he's a socially inept guy who has a penchant for talking in an almost whisper and making odd non sequiturs in the middle of conversations. But I'm training him last night, and as he's directing a video shoot I'm sitting right next to him, keeping an eye on things. We're in this little darkened room, and at one point he reaches over and starts running his fingers across my knee. Sort of like a little tickle. Um. I was just a little bit shocked. Now, I do have to say that we were both wearing wired headsets, and the cords were plugged in in front of us, occasionally brushing against our legs. So I'm giving this guy the benefit of the doubt and thinking this was his (really) odd way of making a joke. But I certainly didn't make that connection at first, or for quite a while. And nevertheless, whether it is or it isn't intended as a "joke", it was really, um...inappropriate?? That wasn't the end of the weirdness. On the way back, I'm driving the studio's van, ready to turn into our facility's driveway, and as I approach that intersection, this guy quickly braces himself against the dash and shouts (as much as he ever does), "Look out! We're gonna crash!!" Now, there were no cars around (it was late), but if there had been, or if I'd been looking away for even a second, I probably would've slammed on the brakes. Okay. Enough of describing the weirdness. The issue to me is not, "Do I tell my boss about this?" The issue is how. Because both incidents happened while I was alone with him, so I can't prove anything I'm saying. Nevertheless I feel I've got to report something. Do I e-mail my boss so it's documented (but possibly open myself to a libel suit if this guy finds out)...or do I tell it verbally to my boss (but leave it undocumented anywhere)? What do you think?