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Wisconsin man in Auburn sweatpants wins $1 million from Publisher’s Clearing House

The Greenbay Gazette was going for some nice detail to really put you there when, Karl Jonsson, an out-of-work electrician from Gresham, Wisconsin, opened the door to a million-dollar check from Publisher’s Clearing House:

With his teenage daughter watching though a window, Jonsson stood in bare feet on the front sidewalk surrounded by news cameras and the Prize Patrol staff.

… but they left out the most important part. Above those bare feet, and below the hands clasped to his face in disbelief: A pair of Auburn sweatpants.

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“I’m going to Tampa!” he (should have) shouted.

You can read more here.

h/t @PrestonHornsby

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