The woman’s car is seen crashing into the store, leaving a trail of destruction until it was stopped by an unusual object.
You've heard of drive-through. Now there's crash-through. A woman accidentally stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake when trying to visit Don's Food Market in Emmaus and entered the store around 9am.Read More
It's unusual, and you'd never expect it. UK National Lottery £1.8 million (US$2.25M) winner Sean Lloyd takes us for a tour through parts of his new mansion, but it is what's in his back garden that'll have your jaw drop in astonishment, really.
Hege Jeanette Oksnes (left) produces both good fortune and children.
A Norwegian mother of three has a startling secret. The 29-year old gas station operator bizarrely produces both children and lottery wins each time she gives birth.Read More
Sometimes number coincidences are so bizarre that you wonder if something has been faked. This one startled lottery players in Korea and caused a huge debate.
And it all has to do with two sets of numbers and their amazing coincidences.Read More
Thai lottery street sellers flock to the strange mushroom that has caused excitement in a Thai neighborhood. PHOTO
A rare Octopus Stinkhorn mushroom was discovered in the pot of a Bangkok houseplant and has become an object of worship and potential fortune as crowds line up to obtain their lucky lottery numbers from it.Read More
This is what $1,000 buys every jackpot lottery winner - chicken wings cooked by celebrity chef Jonathon Cheban (right) of The Ainsworth in New York City.
The wings are brined in a lemon and bay leaf mix for 12 hours before they are fried and dunked in liquid gold. The wings are coated in 24k gold dust worth $200 each.Read More
Isabel Zelaya of New York won $26 million dollars from the Mega Millions lotto drawing on "unlucky" Friday the 13th.
Actors, horse racers and sports players use superstitions to enhance their skills and win more often. But lottery plays by a different set of rules … more luck and systems than unusual beliefs and habits. Here’s a selection of age-old superstitions that a lot of people still think work:Read More
The first draw shown here in New Zealand was made in 1987.
Last night the largest number of players ever to win a First Division jackpot prize in New Zealand were probably wiping away their tears of disappointment.Read More
Felipe Piña, who won $62.8 million in the USA Powerball back in 2007, is still considered a good luck charm in his community just south of the Colorado state line.
The former auto shop owner has a tattoo of his winning numbers on his right arm, and people visit him to rub the tattoo before they buy their own tickets.
There's a Tokyo shrine that will offer prayers for your losing tickets and turn them into winning ones. It's done every year in a ceremony round May.
However the tickets must be burned there in a purifying step. Which makes us wonder how you get them back to the lotto store for the wins.
Robots discuss winning the lottery in this clever tv commercial by Denver agency Cactus + SPILLT.
Here's a selection of funny lottery game number pickers that is hard to believe will work. But some people buy them - even praise them. Don’t get fooled, they are just toys, not serious lottery number selectors.Read More