One lucky man has had the good fortune to win a million-dollar lottery jackpot not once, but twice in the span of a little over a year. This is something that the majority of individuals can only hope to accomplish once in their whole lives.
According to CTV and The Vancouver Sun, Antoine Beaini, a resident of Milton, Ontario, won a reward worth one million dollars in the Maxmillions lottery on September 23 by using a ticket that he bought at a convenience store in his hometown.
According to United Press International, Beaini expressed his disbelief to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) by saying, “I couldn’t believe it” (UPI). “I found myself thinking, ‘Again?'”
According to the reports, this is the second time in the past 13 months that Beaini has won $1 million in the lottery. Both times, she won on the Powerball.
According to CTV News and the Sun, he told OLG that he had also visited the Prize Centre in August 2021 in order to claim a prize worth one million dollars.
According to the sources, Beaini was astounded when he examined his most recent winning ticket at home and saw that he had won for a second time.
Beaini shared with OLG that this victory was even more unexpected than the first one. “When I told my wife, she got a big smile on her face!”
Beaini is excited to be able to support his family with his most recent winnings and is looking forward to doing so.
According to the Sun and UPI, he expressed his desire to the OLG by saying, “I want to make sure the next generation of my family is set up comfortably.”
He continued by saying, “This is unbelievable.” “I feel fantastic!”