Our expert says:
You're absolutely right to want to avoid office romances, which rarely end hapilly. For him to be climbing in like this when new in the office, and getting your phone numbers without your permission, is bad behaviour, and can amount to sexual harassment.
Just tell him very clearly you don't want any sort of office romance with anyone ; that he got your phone numbers improperly, and that you could lay a complain of harrassment if he doesn't stop this completely and immediately.
Sadly, Wendy\s example is irrelevant - there are individual cases of people who fell over a cliff and lived hapilly ever after, but that doesn't mean its a good idea for people to jump over cliffs.
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