Aussie man sues state lottery for denying him his winnings, claims lucky ticket was destroyed

A man in Australia sued a state lottery for claiming he was denied the jackpot he won two decades ago, all because a store clerk allegedly threw away his ticket. David Owen Renshaw is suing the New South Wales (NSW) Lotteries, saying he won AUD$3.3 million (almost P134 million),news.com.aureported today. According to Renshaw, he made the bet on the lottery on September 1997. Returning after a week, he gave his ticket to a Granville Railway Station newsagency attendant. He said he saw how the ticket was put through a computer terminal. The attending worker informed him that he did not win the prize and discarded the ticket afterwards. But Renshaw claimed he saw the words "pro...Keep on reading: Aussie man sues state lottery for denying him his winnings, claims lucky ticket was destroyed

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