Clerk sells winning lottery ticket by mistake
BRIDGETON, NJ -- No one is complaining about a $100,000 mistake made by a southern New Jersey store clerk.
Indian Fields Market owner Domenic Galle says a man walked into the Bridgeton store and asked for a Deuces Wild scratch-off lottery ticket Monday night.
Galle says the clerk gave him an Aces High ticket instead. The clerk chased after the man when she released she had made a mistake. But he was gone.
Galle says the man walked in an hour later with a $100,000 winner.
The man doesn't want his name released.
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