Police: Deli Owner Tries To Steal $1M Lottery Ticket
A New York man told police he turned in a $1M lottery ticket to a deli and the owner tried keep the ticket.By Jamal Andress | November 24, 2013
You'd think most owners of gas stations and convenient stores would be happy to sell the winning lottery ticket to one of their customers, right?
"A Long Island deli owner and his son are charged with trying to cheat a customer out of a $1 million jackpot from a scratch-off lottery ticket." (Via WNBC)
A 34-year-old New York man told police he turned in a winning lottery ticket from Peninsula Deli to 26-year-old deli clerk Karim Jaghab. Jaghab, he says, paid him $1,000 cash and kept the $1 million winning ticket. (Via WABC)