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Man Wins $1 Million After Canceled O’Hare Flight

Paul Kuharevicz, a 56-year-old Michigan man, won $1 million due to buying a lotto ticket after his United flight was canceled at Chicago O’Hare Airport (ORD).

“I was on my way home from a business trip and my flight out of O’Hare was canceled, so I rented a car and drove home,” said Kuharevicz. “When I got home, I realized I had left my bike at work and went to pick it up. On my way there, I stopped at Ladd’s and bought a ticket […] The next morning, my son sent me a text and told me to check my ticket because someone had won $1 million on a ticket bought at Ladd’s.”

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AlwaysFlyStar August 18, 2017

How does this have to do with the cancelled flight? Surely if he had flown home, he still would have realised his bike was missing, and gone to get it. If anything, I would argue that leaving the bike at work is what inspired the ticket purchase.