I went to Brooks Brothers this past weekend to check out the sale. When I walked in one sales guy offered to help. I said I was browsing. He told me his name if I needed help. A couple of minutes later another guy came over while I was looking at ties. I asked where are your narrower ties and he said they were mixed in with the regular width ties. Then he went around the table pointing out every narrower tie. I thanked him and he went away. A few minutes later I was looking at shirts. Another sales guy came over and made multiple (five or six) trips to the back fetching shirts for me in my size. Then I go looking for shoe trees and the third sales guy showed me where they were. The second sales guy confronted the third sales guy insisting that I was his customer. I'm standing in the middle of an argument and they're both looking at me like I should tell the other to go away. In the end, I bought the shirts and the guy (third sales guy) who helped me find my size got the sale. Seemed fair to me but the whole thing was uncomfortable. I have to agree, I would never confront someone about whose customer it is. Especially in front of the customer.