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25 November 2018, 09:16 | Kelvin Horton
Image Harold and Tina Ehrenberg with their prize. Pic Louisiana Lottery Corporation
A New Orleans couple who wanted their home to be tidy for Thanksgiving guests really cleaned up: They found a $1.8 million Lotto ticket on a nightstand.
A Louisiana couple preparing to welcome their family for Thanksgiving were cleaning their home this week when they found an unexpected surprise: a winning lottery ticket worth almost $2 million. The drawing for the ticket was on June 6.
"I handed the ticket to him said I said, 'I'm gonna call out the numbers and let me know what you think, '" she added.
"The most fun is going to be depositing that check", Harold Ehrenberg reportedly said. Theirs was the only winning ticket.
He said he kept expecting something to go wrong before they were able to officially claim the prize.
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