A guy in Virginia just won $200,000 in the lottery almost exactly 14 years after he won 200 grand on ANOTHER lottery ticket. And once again, he's dividing it up and giving each of his family members a chunk.
A guy in northern Virginia named Benjamin Owens recently won $200,000 on a scratch-off lottery ticket. And it wasn't his first time winning.
He also won 200 grand on another scratcher almost exactly 14 years ago, in March of 2004.
We're not sure how old he is, but he looks like he's in his 60s. And check out how generous he is . . .
Back when he won the first 200 grand, he decided to split the money with his family. He gave some to his son, his daughter, and his wife.
And he says he's doing the same thing this time around and dividing it up between them.
His daughter joked that her dad is, quote, "getting pretty good at this."
(Here's a photo of Ben with his wife and two kids.)
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Originally posted on April 11th, 2018