Precarious Situation at Work
I'm not sure this is the right place for this story, but I'll post it here and the moderators can move it if they see fit.
A little information first: My employer states in the company handbook that we are not allowed to have firearms at work on company property. I don't carry at work, but leave it in my vehicle. In my state, it is only illegal to posess a firearm where I work if they post the entrance to the property. They could fire me for it, but I'll take my chances with it being in my truck.
We recently hired a couple of young kids to work in our shop doing miscellaneous work that we haven't had time to do. I work for a small company and there are only about 5 guys on shift at one time (as few as one most shifts). So one of these new guys we hired was in the shop working when one of our senior employees pulled his truck in to the shop to check something on it. Junior employee and senoir employee then engage in a conversation about his truck and I'm not exactly sure where the conversation ended up going, but somewhere along the lines senior employee pulls a pistol out of his truck, pulls the slide back, and points it at junior employee. He then laughs like it's a joke and puts the pistol back in his truck. (Note: I did not witness this.) Junior employee comes to me about an hour later and tells me what happened. I'm utterly flabergasted. I know this particular senior employee is a moron, but I didn't think he was this dumb or crazy. I asked out shop mechanic if he saw anything and he said he only saw it out of the corner of his eye, but it definitely looked like he pointed a gun at him. My supervisor had already left for the day (along with crazy senior employee) so I told Junior employee to write down what had happened and we would discuss it first thing in the morning.
The next morning I walked Junior employee in to my supervisors office and had him tell his story to my supervisor and give him the hand written account of what happened. My supervisor then approached Senior employee with it and asked him what happend. Senior employee tells him that he didn't pull the slide back and that the pistol was still in its holster. He did admit to pointing it at Junior employee though. He said he was just joking around. Here we are about a week later and nothing has happened. Senior employee still works at the company and my supervisor pretty much pretends like nothing happened. I feel like maybe it's none of my business because he didn't actually point the gun at me, but then I get angry because it's guys like these that make responsible gun owners look bad. I don't know if I should consider taking this higher up the chain or if I should just drop it. Junior employee told me that he doesn't care what happens with it, but I still can't shake the feeling that I should be doing more about this. Any thoughts?