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AustraliaYoung apprentice scoops $4.8 MILLION in a lottery - and all he can think about is buying Lego with his winnings

20:20  19 may  2019
20:20  19 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Young apprentice scoops $ 4 . 8 MILLION in a lottery - and all he can think about is buying Lego with his winnings . Lotterywest spokesperson Jennie Fitzhardinge said: 'The fact our most recent winner says that while the win is life changing and will give him a comfortable lifestyle, that he will

Young apprentice scoops $ 4 . 8 MILLION in a lottery - and all he can think about is buying Lego with his winnings . James Belich picked up a lottery ticket while on his midday break, scratched it in the store and discovered he 'd won million (AU.4 million ), according to North Carolina

Young apprentice scoops $4.8 MILLION in a lottery - and all he can think about is buying Lego with his winnings© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A young apprentice has won $20,000 a month for the next 20 years after purchasing a ticket from a Western Australian newsagency (file image) A young apprentice who won $4.8 million in a lottery has revealed he plans to use some of his winnings on Lego.

The man, aged in his 20s, purchased a Set for Life lottery ticket from a newsagency in Wongan, a suburb 180km north of Perth.

He was ecstatic to learn his lucky ticket had won $20,000 a month for the next 20 years.

'I would have been happy winning $10,' he told Perth Now.

The apprentice, who plans to continue working, has revealed he wants to spend some of his winnings at Legoland.

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Young apprentice scoops $4.8 MILLION in a lottery - and all he can think about is buying Lego with his winnings© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The apprentice, who is aged in his 20s, has revealed he wants to visit Legoland and buy $20,000 worth of Lego (file image)

'On my silly list is a plan to go to Legoland and buy $20,000 worth of Lego,' he said.

Lotterywest spokesperson Jennie Fitzhardinge said: 'The fact our most recent winner says that while the win is life changing and will give him a comfortable lifestyle, that he will continue to work, is what this game is all about.'

A Perth mother also pocketed $3.3 million in a Lotto win this month after her husband bought her the ticket for Mother's Day.

The woman said she is going to enjoy a holiday with her family and pay off her mortgage.

Earlier this year, a Sydney woman in her 40s won $107 million jackpot after purchasing a Powerball ticket.

This win broke records as it was the largest prize won by a single player in Australian history.


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A North Carolina father stepped out for lunch and returned a multimillionaire. James Belich picked up a lottery ticket while on his midday break, scratched it in the store and discovered he'd won $10 million (AU$14.4 million), according to North Carolina Education Lottery. “You never expect it,” Belich told lottery officials. “You think maybe you’ll win something, but not $10 million. It’s unbelievable.” After taxes and fees, he's bringing home about $4.2 million. Belich said that he and his wife will use part of the money to pay off their bills and then invest the rest.

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