Levittown man claims National Grid worker urinated on his house

A Levittown man says he complained about LIPA missing appointments, and then a utility worker showed up and peed on his home.

LEVITTOWN - A Levittown man says he complained about LIPA missing appointments, and then a utility worker showed up and peed on his home.

Dennis Napolitan says he left messages to the worker complaining he had missed appointments, according to Newsday.

Then last week a neighbor told Napolitan the National Grid worker finally arrived when he was out.

Napolitan says his surveillance video shows the worker relieving himself on his Levittown house.

LIPA's parent, National Grid, has apologized and promises to speak to the worker.  

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