Which Verb? Goes out or Comes out

Hi teachers,
Situation: A bookstore. Robert has forgotten his tie at home. The boss has a private office inside the bookstore and then he ‘comes out’ or ‘goes out’ of his office? He’s still inside the bookstore building.

Which verb should I use from the point of view of the narrator?
The boss comes out of his office.
The boss goes out of his office.

Robert: Where’s Mr. Landon?
Mary: He’s in his office talking with a customer. That’s very lucky for you. Now go to a shop and buy a tie; quickly!
[color=red]THE BOSS ______________ HIS OFFICE
Boss: Robert! Where’s your tie?

Thanks in advance.

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Because the action is currently outside the office, it should be “comes out”.

By the way, “Robert has forgotten his tie at home” isn’t quite right. You can say “Robert has forgotten his tie” or “Robert has left his tie at home”.

Hi Torsten and Dozy,
Thanks a lot for your reply and correction.