If your Facebook account was suddenly disabled, how would you react? Panic attack? Twitter tirade? How about a lawsuit?

That’s how one Staten Island man reacted after he discovered that he no longer had access to his account on the social-networking site. Mustafa Fteja has filed a $500,000 lawsuit against Facebook for essentially cutting him off from his social circle, according to the New York Post.

The 39-year-old has been without Facebook since September, when he was informed that his account had been disabled. Fteja said he has tried for months to get a response from Facebook about the issue, but to no avail. Fteja denies that did anything inappropriate or used his account for spamming purposes.

Fteja said he used Facebook to keep in contact with friends and family around the globe. According to the Post, his suit makes some pretty bold accusations – from communism to religious discrimination. He wants monetary damages and the restoration of his account.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Fteja joins a long line of bizarre, tech-related legal issue of late – from the woman who sued Google over walking directions that she claimed resulted in her getting hit by a car to the more recent story of the woman who walked into a mall fountain while texting and threatened to sue.