Random acts of kindness do pay off. A man in Idaho bought lottery tickets after donating money to a homeless man.
He won $200,000. “Wow, talk about Karma!” Brandon Sedin said. (His statements were provided by the Idaho Lottery. CNN was unable to reach Sedin.)
Sedin stopped at a local mall in Boise for some after-work shopping Monday evening and found a homeless man on a street corner. He gave him a few dollars.
After that, Sedin went into a food store where he thought it’d be a good idea to buy some scratch-and-win tickets.
“I don’t play that often, but I just felt I should pick some up,” Sedin said.
Sedin’s winning was the last top prize in the game, called Juggernaut Jackpot. He said he plans to save and invest the money.
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