(CNN) – A 7-Eleven shopping trip for a Virginia parent’s chocolate milk turned out to be $ 1 million.
Tennyson Willoughby of North Chesterfield went to buy chocolate milk for her children at the local 7-Eleven when she decided to pick up the scratch-off lottery ticket, Virginia lottery officials said Wednesday.
Willoughby was the second player to win the jackpot in this game. There is still a jackpot winning ticket somewhere.
Chances of winning 1 in 1,632,000, lottery officials said.
The lucky father had the option of paying $ 1 million in full gift or $ 640,205 in one-time cash before taxes on annual payments over 30 years. He chose the latter.
Even if it is not $ 1 million, you can still buy a lot of chocolate milk.
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