A gas station clerk in Festus, Missouri had an extremely lucky day when a customer gifted her a lottery ticket which was good to win $384,000.
The customer is known for having a "one for me, one for you" system when he buys lottery tickets at the local gas station. After receiving the ticket, Katerina Thornton, did not think much of it until she heard the winning ticket was sold at her store. She called her mom and had her check the numbers and sure enough, she was a winner!
Now, this leads to the question, does a good person split the winnings with someone who gave the ticket?
We'd like to think there would be some pressure involved to give half, or at least give something, but when push comes to shove, what would you do?