40-year-old UPS worker has posted handwritten personal ads in NYC phonebooths. On paper, Malik Turner sounds like a fairly eligible bachelor -- at first: He's single, gainfully employed as a "sorter/bagger" for the United Parcel Service, loves the color red, roots for the Rangers and Jets. The Harlem man loves movies, nightclubs, Coney Island and Atlantic City. His hobbies include playing video games and riding the subway. Written in clear print and with extreme specificity, Turner's ad says he's seeking a blond, long-haired, "big-chested, curvy, leggy, voluptuous (NOT FAT)" woman -- or women -- age 21 to 45, "willing to take turns paying on date (NO GOLDDIGGERS!!!!!)." Turner says he came up with the idea for the fliers after co-workers warned him about women who troll Internet dating sites. Mainly, as the ad makes clear, he wanted to avoid "hookers, she-males, transsexuals, transvestites."