The Post Office is coming under further pressure to combat stamp speculation in the wake of Tuesday's stamp frenzy in which a 71-year-old man died of a heart attack. Legislator Fred Li Wah-ming yesterday met Postmaster-General Robert Footman to push for further reform in the system of selling stamps. The call came despite a package of measures already announced. Mr Li reportedly told Mr Footman he should do away with the traditional queues and sell the stamps by mail and lottery. Mr Footman said his staff were considering Mr Li's 'positive' suggestions, but had yet to reach a decision. He said the measures already announced were inadequate.