BYE BYE, $13 MILLION
MAN HAS RIGHT NUMBERS — SEVEN SECONDS TOO LATE
Joel Ifergan stands beside a copy of his lottery ticket Thursday at his home in Montreal. The Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear his case claiming he is owed $13 million for having the winning numbers from a ticket that was printed seven seconds after the deadline. Ifergan bought two lottery tickets in May 2008, but the one with the eventual winning combination popped out of the terminal seven seconds after the 9 p.m. deadline. As Ifergan discovered the next day, his Super 7 ticket had all the right numbers but was dated for the following week.