Why do lottery winners like to brag about how much they won on the news?

 

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If I won I wouldn’t go on national television bragging how much I just won. A couple did it that won £45 M ($ 71 M), and another before them that won £165 M ($ 261 M)

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Answer by Jason
I thinks its more of the news tracking them down to show the world who won the money.

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2 Responses to “Why do lottery winners like to brag about how much they won on the news?”

  1. TB says:

    There are only about 4 states in the United States where you can claim a lottery prize anonymously. So unless a winner lives in one of those states they are forced to claim their prize at the lottery office and there will be a lot of news channels there which will report your winnings and most importantly your name. I am fairly certain if a lottery winner of that kind of prize had a choice they would never claim the prize when their name and location came out.

  2. Dean says:

    Because they’re morons. If I won I wouldn’t tell anyone

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