Man travels 1,000 miles to claim fake prize

Man Travels Over 1,000 Miles For Fake Lottery Jackpot
Man Travels Over 1,000 Miles For Fake Lottery Jackpot



According to the BBC, an unemployed villager traveled more than 1,000 miles for a prize that never existed. Ratan Kumar Malbisoi, 41, got a text message informing him that he had won a jackpot prize of 20-30 million rupees (about $319-$478 thousand dollars). Malbisoi borrowed money to make the journey, only to find out the money never existed.



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