A person in Shreveport, Louisiana, didn’t win final evening’s Powerball jackpot — however he could have received the web together with his desires of how he’d spend his winnings.
The person, recognized solely as “James,” was being interviewed by Kori Johnson of KSLA TV, a CBS affiliate in Shreveport, when he frankly admitted what he’d do if he received the practically $700 million prize.
“Properly, I’m positively going to get a brand new supercharged Mustang with twin exhausts, and about 5 kilos of cocaine, and I’ll be good to go,” James mentioned.
As you may see within the clip beneath, that was not the reply Johnson (or anybody) anticipated, however the reporter dealt with issues like a professional by deftly altering the topic.
“So that you like automobiles?” she requested.
Johnson then bantered with KSLA anchor Doug Warner, who was again within the studio.
“I don’t like automobiles. I don’t know what I might do with all of that cash. I must sit on it, pray on it for a day. Work out what I need to do with it,” she mentioned. “However Doug, again to you.
Neither Johnson nor Warner addressed James’ feedback on air, however Johnson earned reward for the best way she dealt with the encounter.
Alas, James’s desires didn’t come true on Tuesday evening.
The successful ticket was offered in California, in keeping with The Related Press.
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