Just as Hoggle is ready to rush to Sarah's rescue in the forest, Jareth (his employer) shows up. Hoggle's claim that he's just trying to lead the girl out of the Labyrinth — as he's supposed to — doesn't fool the suave villain at all. In fact, noticing that Hoggle's beloved pouch of gems is gone from his belt, he even rubs it in...
In beginning, when Sarah is playacting that she's about to ask the Goblin King to take away her baby-half-brother, the scene is interspersed with a shot of various goblins eagerly waiting for the magic words...and getting annoyed and disappointed whenever she gets it wrong.
"I wish the goblins would come and take you away right now," that's not hard, is it?! Hmph!
The tiny gremlin things screwing up the guide arrows Sarah tries to leave for herself
Sir Didymus adamantly insisting that nobody can cross the bridge without his permission. His reaction to being asked for his permission tells us that he never considered someone actually not trying to force their way past him.
Hoggle and the false alarm statue:
Statue: BEWARE!!! FOR—
Hoggle: Just forget it!
Statue: Oh please, I haven't said it in such a long time...
Hoggle: Oh, all right. But don't expect a big reaction!