Alabama man wins $2.4 million with $5 Florida lottery ticket

A fortunate man from Alabama transformed $5 and an outing to Florida into a lottery prize of $2.4 million, which he picked more than $150,000 every year, until the end of his life.

Gary Thomas, a 49-year-old occupant of Dothan, Alabama, turned into a mogul short-term subsequent to winning a solitary scratch-off ticket in Florida.

Thomas scored that sweepstakes subsequent to purchasing a ticket at Lotto Rebate Alcohol in Campbellton

Florida, which is 20 minutes from his old neighborhood of Dothan, Alabama. The retailer got a $4,000 reward for selling the ticket.

On September 25, the Florida Lottery declared that Thomas guaranteed the top award from a $5 scratch-off game called "$150,000 every Year forever". He was all grins.

"It's actually soaking in," Thomas told the Alabama Lottery. "I could barely handle it! I actually can barely handle it!"

Thomas picked the single amount installment of $2.44 million as his award of the yearly payout promoted in the game's name.

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