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he started crying and said " please dont film this"
I never win anything on those scratch off things :-(
I don`t have the facts but i`m pretty sure it`s illegal to rig any type of official lottery in Australia. I`m not saying it can`t be done, just that you`d be in a poo load of trouble if you did. Especially if it was a marketing ploy.
[spoiler]Faries gave him magical powers.[/spoiler]
Worse, imagine if it was the same person behind him both times that he won...
I`m very happy for that man. It warms my heart to think of good things happening in the world like that. I wish I could have given him a hug, personally.
[spoiler]I hate that guy a lot[/spoiler]
But then he got really, really lucky. At a special publicity event yesterday at which he took delivery of his new car, Mr Morgan was asked to re-enact the "scratchie" purchase for the cameras. He pulled $5 out of his pocket and handed it over the counter at the same newsagency from which he had bought the lucky car ticket.
He scratched the plastic film off the ticket and let out a yell. The ticket was worth a cool quarter- of-a-million dollars. As the gathered media muttered cynically about corny publicity stunts, an incredulous Mr Morgan broke down and started to cry. "I really have won $250,000," he said. And so he had. No stunts, no publicity gimmicks. Ye
Mr Morgan`s tale of luck reads like fiction. He suffered a heart attack in April last year after he was treated with a drug to which he had a violent reaction. His heart stopped for almost 15 minutes and he went into a coma for 12 days. Only hours before doctors in Dandenong Hospital in Melbourne`s south-east were due to switch off his life support system, they changed their minds and flew him by helicopter to the city`s Alfred Hospital. Mr Morgan, 37, then experienced his first stroke of amazing luck.
Normally anyone whose heart has stopped for as long as his would either be dead or would have suffered serious brain damage. But on Anzac Day last year, not only did he wake up but he came out of the coma without any sign of ill-effects.
Then he got really lucky. A fortnight ago he bought a Tattersall`s s
As a couple have already said, wow! Someone is watching out for the dude. Lucky man.
To me, that proves the work of God.^___^
[spoiler]I was in the Closing Ceremony. Bloody hell it was a rush! 80,000 people there, and a couple million watching on TV... Best bloody feeling there is.[/spoiler]
Same here, he looked like a really honest man...it was a feel good moment for me.
what did he say at the end?