I work in a small company, 30 people max. My boss is cocky, a little older than me, has money, and is never afraid to show it by glitzy cars, toys, etc... I attempt to ignore this fact but my pay is significantly lower than the norm, and he knows this, which doesn't make my situation I am about to go into any better, or easier.
He/his wife invited me to a bowling league, which I will say I am damned good at, my wife comes with me as a cheering squad of sorts, but mainly to keep me sane at times because my boss's attitude is much worse at the bowling alley.
Now, I can hear people say to me, why not quit the league... I made a promise to be there, and I don't like breaking promises, which to me is too easily done today.
When we were bowling last week, my boss, who is normally tipsy, was more tipsy than normal. He decided to give his wife a mock lap dance, which I attempted to ignore, then he promptly did the same to MY wife.
After some prodding from my wife, his wife spoke to him, and he later apologized that night, but I am wondering if that really should be the end of it? To me the apology was shallow, too quick and really was not heart felt. Of course him being drunk probably doesn't help, but the fact is that when he sobered up the next day nothing was ever said.
Beyond losing a lot of respect for my boss, I am wondering how I should deal with this situation. Should I really just let it go, or should I bring this up with HR? Or should I talk to a lawyer about this?
I honestly don't know what to do, my moral standings says I should, but I know if I bring this up again my chance of staying employed may not be far for this world at this company.
What do people here think I should do?