Loto: used to playing together, a father and his son share a jackpot of 4 million euros

It’s a jackpot that won’t make anyone jealous. A father and his son won four million euros in the Loto draw on September 20. They decided to share the sum.

Originally from Hauts-de-Seine, they used to meet to fill their Loto FDJ grid and spend some time with their family, reports the site. Winning draw.

“When we meet to validate our grids, it is a privileged moment where we like to exchange, discuss, share,” they explained to the site. It was at the “Le Totem” point of sale in Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine) that the duo validated their grid containing the six correct numbers. Remained anonymous, the father and his son will now think about what they are going to do with this beautiful sum.

The lucky inhabitants of Haut-de-Seine

Draw-winner recalls that on January 8, a resident of Vanves already won one million euros, and that on July 23, it was a resident of Courbevoie who was the lucky one of the day, also winning a million.

But the largest amount won in the Hauts-de-Seine dates back to 2005, with 13,003,681 euros. Another jackpot was won in 1999 with 11,446,969 euros.

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