Someone Returned a $46 Million Winning Lotto Ticket to the Rightful Owners
Hakeem and Abiola Nosiru are originally from Nigeria, but they’ve lived outside Toronto for the past 17 years, and they’ve been married for 29.
Back in January, they hit the Canadian lottery for 50 MILLION BUCKS!
Hakeem gave the winning ticket to his wife and she put in her purse, but somehow she lost the ticket! They turned their house upside down and went through their trash, but didn’t find it. And eventually they had to face the fact that it was probably gone for good.
Luckily, Hakeem had already signed the ticket and filled in his address, and TWO MONTHS after they lost it, someone from their church showed up and gave it BACK to them. On April Fools’ Day of all days.
They got their big novelty check on Monday.
Check out their photo by clicking here.
After hearing this story, you might want to hide your car keys from the pets.
ROSIE, a 12-week-old-puppy German shepherd, had just finished walking with her owner when the pair headed back to the car.
Owner JOHN COSTELLO says, “The dog jumped in and hit the gear shift and the car jerked and she fell on top of the gas pedal.”
The vehicle lurched forward, straight into a pond, and started sinking. Costello and the pup swam to safety but the car was a total loss.
A Burglar Apologizes To His Victim On His Way To Jail!
Officers in Boynton Beach, Florida say CLEVELAND SMITH –also known as LITTLE D –stormed the home of CHRIS BATES along with two accomplices.
Cops say the intruders beat Bates with a pistol. The victim was hurt pretty bad in the attack, requiring 11 staples in his head.
On his way to the slammer, Smith reportedly phoned the victim to explain that he only participated in the attack because the other two men threatened him.
Smith told the victim, “listen listen, listen, listen, bro I didn’t mean to do that, the guys were going to kill me, they had a gun to my back”.
It’s unclear if Bates accepted his apology.