...after doing the same to several other customers who were trying to try out guitars. Would you want an employee to come over and, one way or another, get the guy to leave you be? I work pt at a shop and we have a regular who does this nearly every Saturday. Sometimes it's only three or four customers, sometimes he's here for my whole shift. He usually seems to get that they're not there to socialize before they just walk out. Today he chased three out in twenty minutes. I was not a psych major, I have never considered myself a Professional Customer Service Representative, I have no idea if I should do anything, and if so, what or how? Unless someone is clearly irked, I really cannot tell if they are okay with the situation or if they're dying inside. Are the folks trying out guitars and basses telepathically screaming at me to save them? I have no telepath ears. Are they okay with it? I wouldn't be, but I'm an A-Hole. I don't know. The shop is in a mall, so a far greater percentage of "customers" are just mall people who drop in to kill some time while loved ones are deep in some other store and so I'm very likely not really losing a sale most of the times that he chases one or two out of the store. I really feel that I'm dicking over these potential customers by not shoeing him along, BUT... I don't need any sensitive souls who witness me haphazardly intervening to leave the store, vowing to never come back and then tell everyone whom they know to avoid this place because of me sticking my nose where it needn't be when all he's doing is being friendly.