Odd though, did you say anything about it?
I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude.
I don't think it would be rude, maybe I'm just tactless, but I would have commented! Like, oh, that's unusual!
Yes, that would have been tactless and ungentlemanly. Would you call people out on their hairloss, an unaligned tooth, a corrected harelip? Where would you draw the line? Would you ask an amputee why he is limping?
Think before you speak. Basic manners are the mark of a quality person.
Think before you type - you don't even know what I would have said! How nice of you to assume it would be insulting, you can comment on something without it being rude you know.
I did not have to assume anything. I know what you would have said form your post, where you said
you would have said "Oh, that's unusual!".
That would have been very tactless and rude.
I can't see how any good could come from saying something if the person is already self-conscious about the issue, which he may well be. I'm sorry to disagree with you, but I don't think there is any way of saying it that won't make the person feel bad if he's sensitive about it, or in fact make him sensitive or worried about something he thought was fine.
But I am open to be proved wrong, so tell us what else
you would have said and we'll see...