What would you do if you found a quick pick lottery ticket in the store and nobody was around
and you take the ticket home and the next day you find out it is the big winner? Claim the ticket yourself? Try to locate the owner?
I'm not gonna lie... I'd keep the money. Anyone could say that s/he's the original owner. I'd chalk it up to... "luck". xD
I guess I would keep the money as well. However, if it was a lot like millions I would feel a little guilty about it. There was an incident a few years ago. A lady had claimed a winning lottery ticket. Another person sued her saying that she had lost the ticket and the other lady picked it up. i think it was thrown out because the lady proved that she had been playing the same numbers each week,
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