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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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Winning the lottery is a dream come true, but that means different things to different people. After cashing in a 9 million Mega Millions jackpot for a share of .7 million in 2011, Kutey He also directed million of his winnings toward 420 Day, an annual event supporting marijuana legalization.

" In a single day, he bought eight big-screen televisions for friends." Media reports from the time say he eventually divorced and died by suicide. Shortly before his death, he told a financial adviser that " winning the lottery is the worst thing that ever happened to me."

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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Winning the lottery can be an exhilarating experience. These new winnings can also cause some new issues Winning the jackpot in a lottery will likely change your tax bracket, resulting in different levels of How much tax can they take if I win million from the lottery ? And what type of account can I

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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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He was still coming to terms with his millions after the win on Sunday, telling a Keno official he was ready to kick off his work boots for good. “I’m holding on tight to this ticket and I’m going to go home and I’ll be wrapping myself in cotton wool until I get the cheque,” he said. “I might retire now, thank you very much. “I’m not going to work tomorrow.” The man said he planned to prepare for his children’s futures and looked forward to sharing his winnings with his family. “We’re multimillionaires now – that sounds very, very good.” Magpies Sporting Club duty manager Sarah Zammit said she was excited for the man.

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