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(Manhattan, NY)  —  UPS is suing a Brooklyn man for continuously coming to work despite being fired two years ago.  The man insists that he still works there.  The shipping company filed a lawsuit yesterday against 28-year-old Wesley Anderson, claiming he’d showed up to UPS’ Manhattan facility five times since July.  The company fired Anderson in 2008 for work-place rage after he allegedly chucked packages at another employee.  Police arrested Anderson in October for trespassing on UPS property.


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11-18-2010 01:12:49

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