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Faye Officer is ecstatic after winning the Canada Lotto 649 $7 million jackpot.
Long-time lottery player Faye Officer couldn't believe her luck.
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Wayne and Desiree Home are now the proud owners of a 28-foot boat called Southern Toy, funded by their £1 million windfall. PHOTO: National Lottery
A group of UK National Lottery winners have revealed the most special purchases they've made with their winnings, 21 years after the Lottery launched in the UK.
But instead of the fancy cars and houses you might expect from people who have suddenly found themselves wealthier than they ever dreamed, their most meaningful buys are a lot more surprising.
The wrong Isabel Flores protests her mistaken $1 Million scratch-off Texas Lottery win.
The Beeville woman continues to receive dozens of calls after everyone in town thinks she hit the jackpot.
Forty-eight employees at the Baie Verte Peninsula Health Centre are the winners of the $1 million Lotto Max from September. And the local sports team helped.
The winning ticket was bought at this QuikTrip in the 900 block of West Park Boulevard in Plano.
They go big in Texas, and a Plano man proved by scratching a $1 million jackpot.
When one of the group of 10 Irish Lotto winners uncorked a bottle of champagne, she managed to spray it over her face by mistake. See the video below.
Bradley Ogurian made the best mistake of his life in two lottery draws.
Two minor mistakes led to a $2 Million lotto win for a Sherwood Park man.
Bernard Bennick played the 'Bank A Million' game, but look what happened when he had a memory lapse. PHOTO Virginia Lottery.
The odds of winning a jackpot are rare, but the chance of winning the main prize twice are even more remote.
The moment Port Byron resident Richard Loveless (center) shows his winning ticket. PHOTO: Sarah Jean Condon, The Citizen
An electrician got a shock - but it wasn't from the wiring of his house.
Donal O'Grady (left) runs the store where the ticket was sold in Limerick.
Ten workers from the cheese strings production line at the Kerry Group factory in Charleville turned up for work on Monday - only to discover they scooped Saturday's €3.88million (US$4.1M) Irish Lotto jackpot.