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Australia Mystery Victorian lottery winner may not know they are $80m richer

06:26  10 july  2020
06:26  10 july  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A mystery person in Victoria may not know they have won the third biggest lottery prize in Australian history.

The unknown person was the only division one winner in last night's Powerball draw, taking home the entire prize of $80 million.

The ticket was sold at an outlet on the Mornington Peninsula, but it is not known if the person was a local or a visitor.

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Because the lucky winner was not registered to a Tatts Card, lottery officials have no way of getting in touch with them.

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The winner of last night’s epic $ 80 million Powerball draw purchased their entry from the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria . Last night, a lucky Aussie became the nation’s third biggest lottery winner – and now we know exactly where their ticket was bought.

As a result, they must wait until the person comes forward to claim their winnings.

The name of the Mornington Peninsula outlet where the ticket was sold will be revealed tomorrow morning, unless the winner comes forward before then.

"Imagine if the Powerball ticket that sitting in your back pocket, tucked in your purse or under a magnet on your fridge is worth $80 million," The Lott spokesperson Bronwyn Spencer said.

"All you need to do is visit our website, scan your ticket on the app or visit one of our friendly outlets, while practicing social distancing, to find out if you are our winner."

The winner has six months to claim their prize directly from Tatts.

The winning numbers were 33, 2, 32, 31, 28, 21 and 26. The Powerball number was 12.

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The winner is from Victoria but their identity is yet to be revealed. “Someone in Victoria could be completely unaware that their life has changed forever, scoring the mouth-watering $ 80 million jackpot in tonight’s Powerball draw,” The Lott spokesperson Bronwyn Spencer said.

A German lottery winner who scooped a jackpot of more than £6 million (US million) didn't claim it for ten weeks as he wasn't sure he wanted the money. The company had thought the winner was unaware of his luck and had been searching for the ticket holder in a poster campaign.

As well as the top prize, more than 2.4 million other prizes were given out across Divisions Two to Nine, worth more than $44.35m.

Yesterday a Sydney woman won $50 million with the first lottery ticket she ever bought.

The North Sydney woman was on holidays on the NSW South Coast town of Sussex Inlet when she bought the ticket.

"You won't believe this. This is the first lottery ticket I've ever bought in my life," she told lottery officials when she came forward this morning.

"I've never played Oz Lotto before. I walked past the newsagency and thought it would be a bit of fun to enter, so I did."

"I can't believe it. I'm shaking. I'm shocked, so shocked."

The unnamed woman was the only Division One lottery winner in Tuesday's draw.

She only realised she had won this morning when she went online to check my ticket.

"My friend called me just before and said to me 'I think the newsagency you bought your Oz Lotto ticket from sold the $50 million winning entry'," she said.

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The winner had until April 19 to claim the money. Winning the lottery comes with a long list of difficult decisions, which may explain the delay in making the claim. The winner was fortunate to be a resident of South Carolina, one of a handful of states where winners are allowed to remain anonymous.

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"My heart is beating so hard, I'm pacing around.

"I feel like I could have a heart attack."

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She said she did not yet know how she would spend her winnings.

"Honestly, I cannot think straight," she said. "I'll definitely keep working, but oh my goodness, I just don't know."

She put down her unlikely win to "beginner's luck".

The biggest lottery winner in Australia was a Sydney healthcare worker who won $107 million in January last year.

The biggest jackpot in Australian history was $150 million, but that was split three ways by division one winners with the same numbers.


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