In New South Wales, Australia, a woman bought a ticket for the February 25 Lucky Lotteries drawing at thelott.com but forgot to check her account after the drawing. For days after, she ignored calls and emails she received, thinking they were scammers. When she finally logged in to her lottery account to check her numbers, that’s when she realized the calls and emails were not from scammers; she had won more than $72,000.
In Edinburgh, Scotland, a woman was cleaning her house, when she found a bank book for an account her grandmother opened for her when she was six years old. According to UPI, the woman said she had invested $3.35 in the account more than six decades ago. She discovered the account is now worth $335. The woman told the BBC that she found two other bank books and is planning to find out if they also bring her an unexpected windfall.
In New York City, a man went to the doctor complaining that he has had trouble breathing through his right nostril for six years. The doctor determined that he had a deviated septum. However, according to UPI, citing a case study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a rhinoscopy conducted with a small camera discovered the cause—a tooth growing on “the floor of the right nostril.”
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again… and again, etc. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/eXf1FqMGkTs.
In Nova Scotia, Canada, a dog gave birth to a green puppy. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/Pbfg0KTvNGg.
We all have bad hair days. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/VDcJJItnvs0.
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