A New Milford, Connecticut supermarket cashier says a rude customer turned out to be worth $25,000 to her.
Loretta Morris says a disgruntled customer who asked for a $5 scratch-off lottery ticket last Tuesday told her to "stick the ticket" when he was asked for an ID.
Morris says she took the ticket back and at the end of her shift, she decided to just buy the ticket instead of putting it back and having a loose ticket in the store.
She took it home and after scratching off the little present and Christmas tree, found she had won $25,000.
Morris, who never plays the lottery, says she has always been courteous to everyone.