Mississauga man will treat mom to ‘a few things’ after near $100,000 lotto win


Published October 18, 2022 at 1:26 pm

Lloyd Teekasingh says he wants to treat his mom right after winning $96,882 in the lotto on Sept. 28.

The 48-year-old Mississauga man, who works as a warehouse supervisor, won the $91,882 Poker Lotto All In jackpot and then added to his luck with a $5,000 win on the instant win portion of the Poker Lotto ticket.

Teekasingh said he was very calm, at first, after realizing he had won.

“It wasn’t until I got home and was looking at the ticket that it hit me. I couldn’t believe it; I was so shocked,” he told OLG staff after his big win.

Teekasingh said he plans to purchase a new car and share his winnings with his mother.

“I will treat her to a few things,” he smiled. “I feel speechless.”

The winning ticket was purchased at Petro Canada, on Lawrence Ave. in Toronto.

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