Man Playing Lottery Shocks Reporter With How He’d Spend His Winnings

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A guy in Shreveport, Louisiana, did not win final night’s Powerball jackpot — but he may well have won the net with his goals of how he’d devote his winnings.

The male, discovered only as “James,” was becoming interviewed by Kori Johnson of KSLA Tv, a CBS affiliate in Shreveport, when he frankly admitted what he’d do if he gained the just about $700 million prize.

“Well, I’m definitely heading to get a new supercharged Mustang with dual exhausts, and about 5 kilos of cocaine, and I’ll be great to go,” James claimed.

As you can see in the clip underneath, that was not the solution Johnson (or any person) envisioned, but the reporter dealt with factors like a pro by deftly modifying the subject matter.

“So you like cars and trucks?” she requested.

LMAO @KoriJohnsonKSLA took me OUT with this –
Look at: Regional Reporter’s Complete Professional Response Soon after Man Tells Her He’ll Buy Mountain of Cocaine if He Wins Powerball

— Tommy moderna-vaX-Topher (@tommyxtopher) October 5, 2021

Johnson then bantered with KSLA anchor Doug Warner, who was again in the studio.

“I never like cars and trucks. I really do not know what I would do with all of that income. I would have to sit on it, pray on it for a day. Figure out what I want to do with it,” she said. “But Doug, back to you.

Neither Johnson nor Warner addressed James’ remarks on air, but Johnson attained praise for the way she dealt with the face.

You stored rolling though???? I would’ve fell out ??

— Ced® (@cedfunches) Oct 5, 2021

It reminded me of when a little baby tells you some thing absurd or concerning… You just sort of chat previous the insanity and emphasis on a little something fairly typical to remain quiet.

— The Gentleman Masher (@GentlemanMashr) Oct 5, 2021

@KoriJohnsonKSLA dealt with the nonsense surprisingly effectively!

— Andrew Brightman (@andybrights) October 5, 2021

We do our most effective, Andrew! ?

— Kori Johnson KSLA (@KoriJohnsonKSLA) Oct 5, 2021

Alas, James’s dreams did not occur true on Tuesday night.

The winning ticket was sold in California, in accordance to The Involved Push.

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