Bruce Magistro stands with his family while talking to reporters about winning $1 million in the New York Lottery for a second time  during a news conference in Babylon, N.Y., Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Lottery officials revealed Magistro  as the two-time lottery winner.   (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Carpenter wins $1 million lottery for 2nd time in 4 years

A 48-year-old carpenter, Bruce Magistro, residence of Lindenhurst in New York, has won a $1 million (nearly 6.6 crore rupees) scratch off ticket lottery for the second time in 4 years.

Bruce Magistro is addicted to scratch off ticket lottery. He admitted that he spends as much as $200 a day and more than $1,000 weekly on scratchoffs. He was shocked and couldn’t believe that he won.

The Carpenter said that during his 2012 lottery check ceremony, lottery officer, Yolanda Vega told him there was “always a chance” he could win again.

He said that he want to live a good and healthy life with her new fiancé. His first wife died two years ago from cancer.

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