UPS has filed a lawsuit with the Manhattan Supreme Court to keep former employee, 28-year-old Wesley Anderson, from showing up at their facility on West 43rd Street. Anderson was reportedly fired on August 22, 2000 after a "package-hurling fight," but has shown at least five times in the past year, claiming to still be employed. The suit claims, "As a former employee, defendant Anderson has unique knowledge of the 43rd Street facility's various entrances and security procedures." Luckily, the Post made a "going postal" joke so we didn't have to.
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