I need help figuring out the most responsible action I should proceed with for my current situation. We were done with work and just passing time because we weren't allowed to leave for another 30 minutes. One of my colleagues left her phone on the table and another colleague wanted to see if he could guess her password. He tried several guess and he asked me for a guess. I guess a four digit number once and it locked her phone for 60 seconds. When she came back and saw her phone was locked, she got really angry at me. I get she has every right to be. I should have just told him I don't want to guess because I don't really care. Even if I did guess right, there is no way I would open any app because that is a total invasion of privacy. So I apologize to her and explain it, but she just starts cursing at me and crying. I really want to make it up to her and make sure we don't become enemies because I see her at work everyday & I know I am at fault. I feel really bad. If I had a time machine and could go back and fix this, I would. I tried to calm her when she was crying, but she threw a scissor at me. Before I knew it, it was time to leave work...So I left for the day. I really hate to see her angry or sad, but I don't know what to do to make it better. I see her again tomorrow don't know if I should try talking to her (because she probably cooled off by then) or is it better if I just stay away from her (incase she is still angry)?
- What is the most mature and nice way to resolve this?
- Should I even do anything and just give her time to get over it?
I really screwed up, bit time!