Winner of $10M lottery prize says he’ll spoil his 12 grandkids
OXFORD — A man has won $10 million in the North Carolina Education Lottery. The 52-year-old says he plans to spoil his 12 grandchildren.
News outlets report Theodore Duncan celebrated his prize Thursday at the lottery’s headquarters in Raleigh.
A statement from the lottery says the Oxford resident’s good fortune came Monday when he stopped by a mini-mart and bought a Colossal Cash scratch-off ticket. He opted for a lump sum over payments and took home more than $4 million after taxes.
Duncan says he was so shocked that he couldn’t drive. He had to have his brother come get him.
The mechanic says he’s retiring and will buy a three-bedroom house with a big pool.
The lottery tweeted Duncan also plans to donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Tennessee.
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