Powerball Jackpot
A Powerball lottery card rests on a table, Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, in Lyndhurst, Ohio. Lottery officials say sales have been robust since no one won Wednesday's estimated $500 million jackpot. It will be the biggest U.S. jackpot ever, beyond the previous record of a $656 million Mega Millions prize won in 2012 by players in Kansas, Illinois and Maryland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Tony Dejak—AP

Reporter Stunned by Powerball Player's Answer to How He'd Spend the Money

Jan 08, 2016

As the Powerball Lottery jackpot keeps growing, it's natural to wonder what could be done with the grand prize of at least $800 million. So when a reporter decided to ask an unsuspecting ticket buyer on live TV how he'd spend the winnings, one customer decided to troll her and give the most inappropriate answer possible.

In this clip, a man in Primm, Nevada, tells Fox 5 Las Vegas reporter Ophelia Young that he would use the prize money to buy "hookers and cocaine." Young couldn't stop giggling. On Twitter, she wrote, "I even told everyone in line I'd choose someone at random and to think about their answer."

(h/t Maxim)

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