Odd circumstances today. The last day I worked before having food poisoning, this a-hole that harasses me in every way/every chance he can, caught me at a bad moment, on my part. I always just ignore the dumba$$, and try not to laugh at him. Just caught me kinda off guard that day, and reverted to my younger ways. Finger, then a good cussing, spitting and almost busted his head...........whew, not the Christian ways I try hard to live by. I drove away on the forklift just trembling in anger.......whew. Five minutes later I had calmed down, and went back and as hard as it was, I apologized to him. He layed into cussing me then, and I just smiled and walked away shaking my head. Oh, well. Guess I'll get suspended for that incident!!! I was out sick the whole next week, rough week that was. Then I went back in last Wednesday. he was out with bad allergies. Today was the first day we've both been there since our altercation. First thing, I walked up to him again and apologized and shockingly he did as well. OK, he'll be a dick later, but at least the day is starting off well. The stand-in supervisor evidently didn't report me, so I suppose I'm not gonna be suspended........I hope. This leads up to maybe ten minutes after I spoke with the dick-head. I was inspecting the previous shifts work, there's a new guy that does my job on night shift, when I hear a load thunk and the sound of a floor fan's blades hitting the guard. I drive around the corner and dick-head is on the ground, blood running down his forehead and the floor fan beside where he is laying is making all kinds of noise! I jumped off the forklift and checked his pulse, he's breathing but his eyes are rolled back. The supervisor runs up and asks what happened! I know he thought I had finally busted the MF's head!!! But, I explain what I know while I wet down a towel and mop the blood off his forehead. The ambulance is called and he is coming around as he is carried away. Find out later he had an allergic reaction to something and his blood pressure dropped low enough that he fainted and evidently struck his head as he fell.