This is a typical Nigerian/Malaysian romance scam. There is usually a fake courier website, so that it looks like something is being sent. Then, the scammer or courier will ask for "customs fees" to release it. You could even be threatened with arrest by a "fake character" of the scammer, to try and make you pay for the fictitious package.
You need to report all of the scammers' details in the romance scam section, if you have not already. This includes emails sent from the "courier," his phone number, the fake website link and account tracking details, etc.
And Stop talking to him now, if you have not already. He is a scammer, 100%.
If you need help posting let me know here or in the chatroom.Moderator note: I moved this scammer's details to the main forum under Romance scams, Re: scammers abusing stolen photos of David Smith