A man mistakenly bought the wrong lottery ticket is $30,000 wealthier in southwestern Connecticut
Bob Sabo, of Easton, says he didn't want to wait in line to buy a lottery ticket at the Super Stop & Shop in Fairfield, so he decided to buy a ticket from a lottery vending machine -- something he had previously never done.
Sabo says he meant to buy two $20 tickets, but says he didn't have his glasses on and instead bought a $30 ticket. When he got home, he discovered the ticket was a winner.
The store will receive $300 from CT Lottery for selling the top prize winning ticket.