A British lottery winner goes car shopping. Hmmm…A Ferrari or an Aston-Martin? Tough decision.
It’s a typical scene: customer comes in convenience store and hands the clerk a lottery ticket from the previous day’s drawing to see if it is a winner. Clerk says it is not a winner, and customer is not all that surprised. But what if the ticket was actually a big winner, and the clerk just keeps it and claims the big prize? That is what happened recently to a man in Baton Rouge.
The store clerk, Melissa Trahan, told him the ticket was no good.
Remember yesterday’s post? New millionaires, and they can’t even crack a smile. Well, the husband finally figured out how to answer the question, “What is the first thing you will do with your new wealth?”
These people just won many millions of dollars, but you would think they just got news that their dog had died. I know it’s a little overwhelming, but show a bit of excitement, people!
There are fake scratch-off tickets that you can buy and give to an unsuspecting victim. Of course they are all “big winners” until they read the back of the ticket and see that it is a joke.
As much as I love a good prank, I think this is just going too far. It’s sad to see this girl so happy to win $50,000, knowing as you watch it that she is just being pranked. She took it well though.