A while back we had a young driver in our center who was always getting under mgmt's skin. "Pushing the envelope" if u know what i mean. One day he gets a Driver Follow-Up form for an electronic device he driver released on the porch. After going to the home, the cust said he never received it. This infuriated the driver(we'll call him "Mark"), because it was a nice home in a huge subdivision. So UPS sent him a letter charging him for the cost of the item. Their reasoning was "porch visible from street". This angered "Mark" even more because in this huge subdivision every porch was visible from the street. You could take 4 steps and be at the front door at just about every house. So in retaliation, "Mark" decides he will get sigs at every single house and we're talkiing about 100+ stops a day. So now hes staying out really late, after 9pm usually. Our center manager warns him to stop it, but he continues. An On-Road Sup rides with him, he still continues even though they almost get in a fist fight. "Mark" says take away the charges and I'll stop. UPS refuses. He gets fired, but for something else. As we all know, there is a place in the DIAD to put in over 70's. Mgmt audits his truck one morning and notices about 2 over 70's. At the end of the day, "Mark" has recorded about 8. Apparently, putting over 70's in the DIAD gives u more time. So they fired him for "stealing time" and "falsifying documents". He never got his job back. So watch it fellas, if your a thorn in their side and UPS wants to fire u, they'll find a way. Just curious, what other drivers would have done in this situation.