U.S. Coast Guard Officer Wins Lottery While at Sea
The odds of us ever winning the lottery are about as high as our shot at scoring any of the babes we feature: approximately zero. Even still, we can't help but stupidly spend tons of cash on lottery tickets, and even more time staring at those babes. Like our dad always said, "The lottery is a tax on people who are bad at math." We failed an open-book math test once, so that theory is pretty solid.
Recently though, one guy from Portsmouth, VA hit on some major lotto luck. Jason Egnotovich won the October 26th Mega Millions second prize of $250,000 after purchasing a ticket at a local mini-mart, but it's only now, six weeks later, that he's claiming the prize. Why? The dude was at sea for his job in the U.S. Coast Guard. Talk about one hell of a homecoming!
If we break this down, Jason had a 1 in 3,904,701 chance of winning, and if he's like the rest of us, he has about a 1 in 3,904,701 chance of bringing home said babes. The guy also doesn't have any spending plans as of yet, so the answer is obvious here: spend it on babes, Jason. Spend it on babes.