During a conference, everyone from the office stands together for a group photo, our boss stands somewhere on the sides lines, near to a very attractive female coworker.
A few people tell him not to stand on the sides lines but stand somewhere in the center, but then he points to this coworker and says "Its fine, I know where everyone will be looking at".
The coworker doesn't notice this conversation.
It's just someone calling someone beautiful behind their back, but at a workplace it felt weird to me.
Boss is late 50s and coworker is late 20s.
So was this just a harmless thing to say?