Michael Worsham, of Chesapeake, Va., acquired a $1 million lottery jackpot seven years after winning a $2.5 million prize. Picture courtesy of the Virginia Lottery
Aug. 27 (UPI) — A Virginia man who gentle a $2.5 million lottery jackpot in 2014 stumbled on lightning in most cases strikes twice when he scored a $1 million impress from a scratch-off build.
Michael Worsham, of Chesapeake, told Virginia Lottery officials he offered an Mistaken Millions build from the 7-Eleven store on Butts Station Road in Chesapeake and at the starting up misread his prize.
“I assumed presumably I could well maybe acquired a hundred bucks,” Worsham recalled. “I looked at it again and mentioned, ‘That is one million!'”
Worsham has some abilities via lottery jackpots — in 2014, he gentle a $2.5 million prize from a scratch-off build.
Worsham mentioned his winnings will enable him to have some investments and seize care of his early life.