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Tractor driver Bobby Stuart, 65, won $ 1 million earlier this year with a single scratch card from the Maine State Lottery, and another $ 100,000 just four months later

Millionaire who won the lottery TWO times in four months still lives in a trailer, drives a charger and eats a hamburger or hot dog every night – as he says: & # 39; is not really anything else & # 39;

  • A man from Maine who became a millionaire after winning the lottery twice in four months claims that he still likes to live the simple life
  • Bobby Stuart, 65, won $ 1 million in May with a single scratch ticket for the Maine State Lottery and just $ 4,000 four months later
  • He still lives in the same tractor for 40 years and works in the same factory
  • He said he waited a week to submit his winning ticket due to work obligations
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A man from Maine who became a millionaire after winning the lottery twice in two months claims that he still likes to live the simple life.

Tractor driver Bobby Stuart, 65, won $ 1 million in May with a Maine State Lottery scratch card and four months later another $ 100,000.

Stuart still lives in the same trailer in Kennebunkport where he lived for 40 years and still appears for his services at a specific contractor named Hissong Ready-Mix & Aggregates.

Tractor driver Bobby Stuart, 65, won $ 1 million earlier this year with a single scratch card from the Maine State Lottery, and another $ 100,000 just four months later

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Tractor driver Bobby Stuart, 65, won $ 1 million earlier this year with a single scratch card from the Maine State Lottery, and another $ 100,000 just four months later

& # 39; Nothing is really different, & # 39; he said The Boston Globe before adding: & # 39; I always do the same. & # 39;

He claimed that he had waited a week to submit his first ticket, because then he could travel to the Maine State Lottery in Augusta with his work roster.

He also still eats in the same restaurant at night and his meal is always modest.

& # 39; It only costs $ 10.99 with fries. Also quite large & # 39 ;, he says about the hamburger or hot dog that he gets on the Arundel market most days.

He has not given in to the luxury associated with his new status, such as a new car, a new house or a chic vacation.

While most winners would hire a lawyer or an accountant to manage their finances, Stuart joked: "Why should I pay those guys?"

Stuart still lives in the same trailer in Kennebunkport where he lived for 40 years and still appears for work at a concrete contractor named Hissong Ready-Mix & Aggregates
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Stuart still lives in the same trailer in Kennebunkport where he lived for 40 years and still appears for work at a concrete contractor named Hissong Ready-Mix & Aggregates

Stuart still lives in the same trailer in Kennebunkport where he lived for 40 years and still appears for work at a concrete contractor named Hissong Ready-Mix & Aggregates

The Globe reported that his brother offered to build him a new trailer on the site. However, he did not want that, because he has his lounger and television and is quite comfortable in the house where he has lived for years.

His son Greg, who amazingly once won $ 250,000 from the state lotto, said his father likes to stay where he is.

He said to the Globe: "Everyone I talk to says," Why doesn't he buy a new house? ", Said the 46-year-old about his father. He added: "I say," He doesn't want one. "

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He also claimed that he will continue to buy lottery tickets because of his lucky fly and recently even won $ 500 with another scratch card.

Stuart also gave a share of the profit to each of his three children and let them know that they could spend it the way they wanted.

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