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The homeless Man changes his life through a big lottery win!

Published: Thursday, November 16, 2017
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A very good self-preservation instinct was shown by a homeless man from Hungary (Europe). He appreciates a big jackpot win in the lottery, which has completely changed his life. He made it because of his knowledge of the real value of money. Most of the people living in prosperity lack this common sense and waste money on unnecessary things.

The story of Laszlo Andraschka can be an inspiration to us. He struggled with alcoholism but has not been drinking for five years now. As he spoke during the RTL television interview, he prayed for some money during his wanderings. He wanted to live normally, and he did not expect too much. He comes from Hungary, and about his big win the lottery world learned in February 2014. A lucky ticket was purchased by Laszlo in Gyor, with his last money in September 2013. He did not even know how many numbers should be picked in the lottery..

Laszlo Andraschek story - from zero to hero

Laszlo Andraschek, a formerly homeless man in Hungary, has used his winnings from a lottery to buy six properties for himself and his family. He won 636m Hungarian forint (about 114,7 million pesos) in September, and the news was only made public this month when he donated a large amount to a homeless center in Gyor. Andraschek, who is a recovering alcoholic, intends to set up a charitable foundation to help those in need. He said the win was a "reprieve" from years of "constant struggle" to pay debts.

He acted very reasonably and since then has bought a house for himself and his wife, and also for the children. He never refused to help other family members. The "luxury" thing he bought was a flat-screen TV. In an interview, Laszlo also revealed that he was planning to visit his brother in Canada and set up a foundation for alcoholics who could comprehensively help them.

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/24/homeless-hungarian-lottery-winner-giving-money-charity