Man Gives In-Laws $1M Lottery Ticket
A Pittsburgh pharmacist has learned the $20 Pennsylvania lottery ticket he gave to relatives for Christmas has paid off big -- $1 million.
Fred DePasquale, owner of the Medicine Shoppe in the Brookline neighborhood, does get some money out of the deal, a $5,000 bonus from the state for selling a winning ticket.
DePasquale said he rarely plays the lottery. But he bought some $20 tickets for a special drawing -- 625,000 tickets with five $1 million prizes -- and gave them away as presents.
He has no regrets about his gift.
Source: Post-Gazette & EarthTimes
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