This Week’s Top Stories

This Week’s Top Stories

October 18th, 2017   ·   Add Your Comment Now…

Lottery Stories Of The Week

This week there are a large number of truly large winners from all over the world. In the United Kingdom, the owner of the Mallard pub simply posted one million pound win and in Canada, a pair posted a fair better $60 million Lotto Max win.

In the USA a 92-year outdated guy gained $25,000 a 12 months for existence – sufficient to make retirement a little bit sweeter. And a UK prankster, who all the time claims to have gained the lottery, in any case gained for actual to the song of £100,000!

92-Year Old Wins $25000 A Year For Life, Chooses Lump Sum Payment
Some lottery winners would reasonably have a every year stipend, however no longer Charles “Chuck” Svatos. At the ripe age of 92, no person is questioning why he selected the lump sum possibility.

Alberta Couple Posts $60 Million Lotto Max Win
Can you consider the sensation whilst you idea you had gained $60,000 bucks most effective to be confirmed incorrect by means of the shop clerk? That simply took place to Robin Walker and husband Brett McCoy.

Prankster Finally Wins The Lottery For Real
Apparently a prank repeated steadily sufficient turns into the reality as a lottery participant’s consistent claims of a lottery jackpot win in any case got here true.

The Mallard Now Has A New “Lucky Duck” Sign
A pub which boasts of 3 million-pound lottery wins has earned an affectionate nickname from its clientele. Regulars on the Mallard now check with their pub because the fortunate duck!

Category: News Tags: Canada – Lottery Winners – Scratch Offs – Top Stories – UK by means of Mark

Updated: October 19, 2017 — 4:44 am

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