"Not to imply insult, Sai Owen, I'd like to accept your apprentice's offer to check him myself. I know when I'm being lied to. His story was full of deception and I don't trust him one bit." After saying that, the gunslinger approaches Oswald and begins patting the accused man down, stopping when he touches the small of Oswald's back. Florent then lifts up Oswald's jacket and pulls the hidden revolver from the former marine's belt and tosses it on the table.
Without a word, he returns to his place at the table and retrieves his hat. Putting it back on, he notes, "Reckon it ain't wise to side with an assassin over the Knights of the Round, particularly when you've brought him to where his mark is."
He tips his hat to Speedy, "Evening, Sai Parkus. This place doesn't agree with me at the moment." The red-haired gunslinger then walks out of the inn.
OOC wrote:Florent never put his hands on his pistols; he just had his hands hanging at his sides.
For the record, no one patted Oswald down. He grabbed the guns from the Can-toi, but he always had his hidden pistol (the one he used in real life to try shooting a cop when he was cornered). Florent, being the Moonglum of this world, is too cunning to fall for Oswald's poor Deception skills.
Breaking the silence, Oswald nervously explains, "I forgot about that altogether in the chaos..."