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Grandfather who always told people he would win lottery wins $10m on lottery

A grandfather who always told his friends that he would end up winning the lottery has been proven r..

By Sunday Herald Team , in World Update , at April 4, 2019

A grandfather who always told his friends that he would end up winning the lottery has been proven right after bagging a $10million jackpot.

Theodore Duncan, 52, picked up the huge prize after buying a scratch-off ticket in Oxford, North Carolina, on Monday, while on the way to dump trash at a landfill site.

Duncan, who works as a machine mechanic, was initially stunned by his good luck, but also thinks it was written in the stars.

Machine mechanic Theodore Duncan told friends and family that one day he would win the lottery, and on Monday he did just that, scooping $10million on the North Carolina Eduction Lottery (Picture: NC Education Lottery)

Collecting his prize Thursday, he explained: I always told people that one day Id hit the lottery.Todays that day.

Recalling the moment he realized hed won the enormous windfall, Duncan, who buys three or four tickets every week, said: I said, “I won, I won, I won,”.

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I panicked, I just looked down at it.”

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I was so shocked I couldnt drive.

I had to get my brother to come get me.

Theodore Duncan said he plans to donate a part of his winnings to @StJude after claiming a $10 million top prize from the Colossal Cash scratch-off game. #NCLottery pic.twitter.com/UHzmG6qudV

— NC Education Lottery (@nclottery)

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