Photos show “duck sauce killer” Glenn Hirsch fighting with the doomed delivery man

Never-before-seen photos show Glenn Hirsch, the “duck sauce killer,” confronting Chinese food delivery man Zhiwen Yan outside his Queens restaurant – just months before he allegedly gunned him down.

The pictures show Yan fighting with Hirsch when the confused suspect – who killed himself last month – tried to damage Great Wall restaurant owner Ken Yang’s car in December.

“He said, ‘I have a gun, I have a gun,'” Yang recalled when Hirsch told Yan. “‘I will remember you.’ He said that.”

The incident is part of a repeated pattern of harassment that Yang says Hirsch unleashed at the restaurant before Yan’s killing in April.

Hirsch, 51, has been accused of fatally shooting the 49-year-old delivery man because he had a vendetta against the restaurant over duck sauce.

He claimed he ran out of seasoning when ordering for takeout last year, Yang told The Post on Tuesday.

In photos provided to the Post, duck sauce killer Glenn Hirsch can be seen having a physical argument with Great Wall restaurant supplier Zhiwen Yan.
New York Post
Hirsch was accused of gunning down Zhiwen Yan on April 30 for an alleged vendetta against the Great Wall restaurant for cutting it down for duck sauce.
New York Post
Glenn Hirsch video
Hirsch wrote in his suicide note that he never had any interaction with Yan.
New York Post

“He cuts[ed] my tire and the delivery man saw it,” Yang said. “He ran away and we all go outside together to catch him because [his face] was cloudy so let’s take a picture. He wanted to get into his car.”

Yang said the incident happened in front of the Queens Boulevard restaurant on December 16.

According to a police report filed with the 112th Precinct, Yang reported that Hirsch was seen “clawing” just before 10 p.m. that evening [the] driver side of [the] Vehicle with a knife” and fled in his Lexus after employees confronted him.

Glenn Hirsch arrested
Hirsch, 51, had been out on bail when he shot himself before a morning court hearing, sources said.
Ken Yang, owner of Great Wall Restaurant
Yang said there has been a repeated pattern of harassment that Hirsch unleashed against the restaurant.
Ellis Chaplain

It was just one of several troubling encounters, including an incident in January when Yang said the disgruntled customer showed up with a gun.

Hirsch was later accused of shooting Yan on April 30 after placing an order and returning to work on his scooter.

Shooting on 108th Street
Police, fire and rescue workers can be seen at the spot where Yan was gunned down.
Robert Mecea

He was released on $500,000 bail but took his own life last month, leaving a rambling suicide note in which he pleaded his innocence and described the case against him as “a textbook case of shoddy police work.”

However, Yang claims that the newly released photos prove that Hirsch had a falling out with the restaurant and acted on it, despite his previous claims to the contrary.

Hirsch’s estranged wife, Dorothy Hirsch, was charged earlier this month with nine counts of criminal possession of a gun for allegedly keeping her husband’s guns in their home.

Police officers found a .357 Magnum revolver, a .25 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a .38 caliber revolver, a .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol and three 9mm semi-automatic pistols when they searched her home in June.

Dorothy, 62, suffered a “decades-long history of physical, verbal and psychological abuse” at the hands of her husband, her attorney Mark Bederow told The Post. The abuse proves “this is not a Bonnie and Clyde operation. She didn’t stockpile any weapons for him,” said Bederow. Photos show “duck sauce killer” Glenn Hirsch fighting with the doomed delivery man


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