There's someone at work who says a lot of disgusting and inappropriate things. I think he thinks he's being funny. It's reached the point where I don't feel comfortable saying anything. Given the circumstances it's not really possible for me to talk to him directly about it, one-on-one. Even if I did I wouldn't know what to say, any reasonable person couldn't possibly think what he's saying is appropriate.
I've never done anything like this and I'm wondering what to do and expect. I've made an appointment to have a meeting with our manager (we both have the same one).
I don't even feel comfortable writing it here but most of what he says has to do with sex, feces or violence. For example, last week he walked up to me and said "hey, I was waiting for all the girls to be out to do this" then let one rip. He also often talks about "getting a raging hard on from x". He once made a joke to a woman about if her shirt falls down it has to happen just before we are finished work. He talks about it loudly and lots of people hear it, including people who don't even work with us.
I changed where I worked a few months ago. A lot of the staff is new given the rearrangements with COVID. I feel like being new I don't want to be labelled as a trouble maker.
Any general advice on what to expect? Should I tell the manager I won't give specific examples unless he asks? The 3 examples I gave are all from one day, though I could make more careful documentation if I have more time since he acts like this each day.