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Plumber from New York won the 136 million dollar lottery

New York City plumber Anthony Perosi won $ 136 million in the Powerball. For a month, the man did not even know that he became the owner of a large sum of money.

Perosi bought his ticket at the 7-Eleven minimarket on Page Avenue on Staten Island in early March. On March 14, he heard at the diner that the card sold at that particular store was the winning card. However, one of the visitors to the cafe said that the victory went to a certain teacher, and Perosi did not check his ticket.

On April 27, a plumber decided to find out the winning combination of lottery numbers when he needed money to repair a truck. After checking the details of the drawing on the Internet, the man discovered that he became the owner of the “jackpot”.

Perosi decided to share his winnings with his son and gave him 30 percent of the amount. After paying all the taxes Perosi Sr. received 38 million 612 thousand 55 dollars, his son got 16 million 548 thousand and 23 dollars.

The plumber told me that he was going to spend some of the money on a new truck, as well as go on a trip to the state of New York.

According to the rules of the lottery, there is an option to receive the maximum winnings through annual payments for 30 years. If you take the amount right away, then it may be several times less than the nominal "jackpot".

In the Powerball lottery, six numbers are selected from two blocks - five different numbers from the first block (white balls), from 1 to 59, and one from another block (red balls), from 1 to 35.

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