Guy Wins Lottery, Doesn’t Tell His Wife, Filed for Divorce

Guy Wins Lottery, Doesn’t Tell His Wife, Filed for Divorce

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Remember the Nicolas Cage movie “It Could Happen To You”, where he wins the lottery and shares the money with a waitress he just met? This is like the opposite . . .

A woman in southwestern China named Yuan Li separated from her husband last year, after she caught him cheating on her with an ex-girlfriend. (We don’t know how old she is, but she looks like she’s in her early 40’s.)

Then without talking to her about it, he filed for divorce in February, and demanded she sign the forms immediately. Which she did, because they were about $40,000 in debt, and he offered to take on all of it.

But what she didn’t know was that he’d just hit the LOTTERY for $725,000. And he waited until the day after their divorce went through to cash in the ticket. She only found out about it when a friend called to congratulate her.

Her husband claims the fact that he waited until after the divorce was just a coincidence, and he wasn’t trying to hide the money from her.

But she ended up suing him, and a judge just ordered him to give her $180,000 from his winnings. It’s not clear if he still has to cover all the debt too.

 

(South China Morning Post / Independent)

A Hooters Waitress Gave One of Her Customers a Kidney

A Hooters Waitress Gave One of Her Customers a Kidney

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I always assumed the waitresses at Hooters might harbor a great disdain for the guys who go there pretending they love the food. But apparently that disdain doesn’t run as deep as I thought.

72-year-old Donald Thomas is a long-time regular at a Hooters in Roswell, Georgia. And a 22-year-old waitress named Mariana Villarreal waited on him recently. (Roswell is about 20 miles north of Atlanta.)

Apparently she’d waited on him before, but barely knew him, because she’d only worked there three months. Anyway, while they were talking, she found out he recently lost function in both kidneys due to cancer.

That hit close to home for Mariana, because her grandmother recently passed away from kidney failure. She knew Donald could still live a normal life with one kidney . . . so she offered to give him one of HERS. And he accepted.

The surgery happened last Friday at a transplant center in Atlanta, and Donald and Mariana are both doing fine.

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(WXIA / WMAZ)