Virginia man’s stop for coffee earns him a $250,000 lottery prize
A Virginia man stopped at a gas station for a cup of coffee and walked out with a scratch-off lottery ticket worth $250,000.
Miguel Morales of Culpeper told Virginia Lottery officials he was only after a cup of coffee when he stopped into the BP Shorts Food Mart in Orange, but while inside he decided to buy a $250,000 Gold Jackpot scratch-off lottery ticket.
Morales said he was shocked when he scratched the ticket off and revealed the $250,000 top prize.
“I couldn’t imagine I would win such a large amount,” the player said.
Morales said his winnings will go toward taking care of his family and bolstering his savings.