Idaho Man Says Instant Karma Helped Him Win Lottery
An Idaho man attributes his lottery winnings to a good deed he performed just before buying the tickets.
An Idaho man attributes his lottery winnings to a good deed he says he performed just before buying the tickets.
Brandon Sedin reportedly gave a homeless man near Boise Town Square a few dollars, the Idaho Lottery said in a press release.
That was just before he stopped at a local grocery store. Sedin said he doesn't play the lottery that much, but in that moment decided to pick a few tickets up.
"Wow, talk about karma!" Sedin told the Idaho lottery.
Sedin won $200,000 from a scratch- off ticket and told lotto officials he plans to invest the money.
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