> Your premise is that sexual harassment of real humans is bad. We are agreed on this.
And here the problem starts. Some see even looing to long as assault, others have nothing against some more serious assaults, because they see them as compliment. The real life implication is to be careful as long as you do not know somebody and that you may extend your bantering, when you know it's appreciated.
With this premise, the management defines a standard, which it deems okay, instead of defining some personality for the robot, which adapts to the user. Thinking the other way around, the robot should try to be a good friend. Some people expect a lot of respect in the sense of distance from their friends, some expect their friends to understand all their crude humor. The good thing about a robot is, that it has no fixed personality, but can try to adapt.
If reading the user's intentions is too hard, the easy way is to let him choose between lets say 5 robots. Write a short description of the character and let him choose between the business man, the playboy, the nice harmless women or the slut as his companion.