It's said that lightning never strikes the same place twice, but apparently that's not quite true.
One lucky man from Virginia is in the money after having won the lottery for a second time in ten years.
Ken Osborne won $1 million back in 2006 and was fortunate enough to cash in a ticket for $500,000 last week.
The man won the jackpot on a the lottery's Money Money Money scratch off game.
According to 13 News Now, Osborne bought the ticket at a 7-Eleven store with a colleague when they went to get a drink.
He scratched the card while he was in the shop before realising he'd hit the big time.
He said: "We did a quick double-take." Adding: "We got real quiet!"
Although he doesn't have any plans for the money yet, Osborne bought a house with his previous winnings.
Two of the games top prizes ($4 million) remain unclaimed as do two of the other $500,000 prizes.
Nick and Ben Urso both won $100,000 in the same kitchen with Nick winning just a few weeks ago and Ben having won in March this year.
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