Say What?!: Winning Lottery Ticket Was on Man’s Table For a Month

SASKATCHEWAN, Canada – A Saskatchewan man said he found a lottery ticket on his table that had already been scratched off, and it turned out to be worth $744,845.

Bradley Nyhus, of Ceylon, told Western Canada Lottery Corp. officials the Set For Life scratch-off ticket he bought from Radville Co-op in Radville in late January was scratched off shortly after he bought it, but he somehow missed that it was a top prize winner.

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