South City man accused of threatening former employer 

He was the employer’s worst nightmare, prosecutors said.

A South City man fired up after losing his temp job in San Mateo is now in jail and accused of stalking and threatening his former employer.

Frank Usoalii Fesili, 31, was a temporary worker at San Mateo Manpower Inc. before his alleged anger management problems got him booted off the job, according to prosecutors.

After his termination came several months of raging phone calls — as many as 40 per day at one point, San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said. He allegedly told the receptionist he was going to smack her and to “get his gun to deal with her,” he said.

Police say he even hollered at a cop after Manpower called for help.

The company stopped employing Fesili after he was “repeatedly asked to leave the worksites” due to outbursts, Wagstaffe said.

Manpower got a restraining order against Fesili in November, after he “raged on the telephone” at the receptionist when she said there was no work for him, Wagstaffe said.

Cops arrested Fesili at his home on April 19. During the interview with cops, Fesili continued ranting about the receptionist and was “out of control,” Wagstaffe said.

He was charged with several felonies including stalking and criminal threats.

Fesili is in custody on $100,000 bail. His case was set for preliminary hearing in South San Francisco Felony Court on Tuesday.

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