what was that mistake
According to the report of The Hawk Eye, Josh had asked for 5 numbers while buying the ticket. But the shopkeeper by mistake printed only one number on a ticket. Then he printed the other 4 numbers on another ticket and gave them. This was the mistake that led to his lottery. One million dollars is Rs 7.65 crore in Indian currency.
what is the whole matter
Buster said that he asked for the number 5 in the Mega Millions draw. But the ticket given to him by the clerk of the store printed only 1 number on it. With Josh’s permission, he printed 4 numbers separately. According to Josh, if the clerk had printed all of them on one ticket instead of making a mistake, he would have got the changed numbers.
Tickets bought for 10 dollars
Biswo Poudel, whose family has been running the MK Mini Mart for the past 12 years, said Buster bought Mega Millions tickets worth $10 from there on Thursday and returned on Saturday to inform the employee who had found him. Tickets were sold, that they had won the Emmett Prize.
‘Thinked it was a mistake’
Buster told Mary Neubauer, vice president of external relations for the Iowa Lottery, that she got up early Saturday and used the lottery app to scan the tickets stored in her car’s console. They said I scanned it in the car and panicked and ran back inside to make sure I had the correct numbers. He checked and then the rest of the day, he waited to wake up from a dream.
Seller will get bonus
Later that day Iowa Lottery representatives contacted MK Mini Mart and informed that the store would receive a $1,000 bonus as the seller of the winning ticket. Poudel said he would distribute the bonus amount among the five employees of the store and the managerial staff.