VisitCentralItaly.com Promises a Lucky Ticket Holder a Chance to Win a House in Italy This December

11/23/2020, London // KISSPR //

London, UK – Visit Central Italy’s virtual draw will take place live via Facebook and hosted by none other than Stacy Layne Mattews of Rupaul’s Drag Race fame, on December 31st, 2020. The leading real estate company is currently selling a total of 7,000 tickets at just $50 USD each, allowing people to buy into a chance to own a home in Italy’s countryside. 

Ticket holders need to be at least 18 years of age at the time of the drawing/announcement. Multiple entries are allowed though mail-in entries are only one per home address/household. All ticket holders stand a chance to win a beautiful home in the Italian countryside, those who aren’t lucky enough to win the home can win other amazing prizes. A Carnival cruise for two is the second prize, with the third-place winner receiving a $1500 prepaid American Express Card, to be

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Man Allegedly Set Girlfriend on Fire with Accelerant and Cigarette, Then Bought a Bus Ticket to Mexico

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Noe Jimenez-Cortes

A Florida woman was burned on over 99 percent of her body and is not expected to survive her injuries, prosecutors say, alleging that her boyfriend had purposefully set her on fire before buying a bus ticket to Mexico.

The victim was not identified. But on Tuesday, the suspect, 40-year-old Noe Jimenez-Cortes, was ordered held in jail without bond following his arrest Monday night in North Lauderdale, reports the Sun-Sentinel and South Florida TV news station WPLG.

“The preliminary investigation reveals that Jimenez-Cortes poured an accelerant on the victim’s body and ignited the fire with a cigarette,” the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The victim identified her alleged assailant to deputies. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition after a neighbor called 911 around 4:30 a.m. Monday reporting a woman’s cry for help, reports the sheriff’s office. The

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Man Allegedly Set Girlfriend on Fire with Accelerant and Cigarette, Then Bought Bus a Ticket to Mexico

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Noe Jimenez-Cortes

A Florida woman was burned on over 99 percent of her body and is not expected to survive her injuries, prosecutors say, alleging  that her boyfriend had purposefully set her on fire before buying a bus ticket to Mexico.

The victim was not identified. But on Tuesday, the suspect, 40-year-old Noe Jimenez-Cortes, was ordered held in jail without bond following his arrest Monday night in North Lauderdale, reports the Sun-Sentinel and South Florida TV news station WPLG.

“The preliminary investigation reveals that Jimenez-Cortes poured an accelerant on the victim’s body and ignited the fire with a cigarette,” the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The victim identified her alleged assailant to deputies. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition after a neighbor called 911 around 4:30 a.m. Monday reporting a woman’s cry for help, reports the sheriff’s office. The

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Michigan Man Wins $2 Million After Accidentally Buying Extra Lotto Ticket

You have a better chance of being struck by lightning than winning the lottery, but lightning struck twice for one Michigan man who accidentally purchased two lotto tickets with the same numbers. Dearborn Heights, Michigan resident Samir Mazahem walked away with $2 million after mistakenly purchasing an extra ticket. 

The 56-year-old said he was saving his numbers for a single $2 lotto ticket in an app when he slipped up and purchased a second ticket. Both tickets were winners, to the tune of a million each. 

When Mazahem initially made the mistake, he said he was “a little bummed but didn’t think much about it.” That feeling quickly turned around when he went to check his numbers and found he was a winner twice-over. 

“I couldn’t believe it was real,” Mazahem told the Associated Press. “It took several days for the reality to set in that my mistake had

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Man wins $2M after mistakenly buying extra lottery ticket

DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. — In what most people would consider a lucrative mistake, a Detroit-area man who accidentally bought an extra lottery ticket has won two $1 million jackpots.

Samir Mazahem, 56, of Dearborn Heights said he was saving numbers on a lottery app after buying a $2 ticket for the June 9 Mega Millions game. He then realized that he had purchased a second ticket with the same numbers.

“I was a little bummed but didn’t think much about it,” Mazahem said.

Until he recently logged onto the app and found he had two $1 million winners.

“I couldn’t believe it was real,” Mazahem said. “It took several days for the reality to set in that my mistake had paid off to the tune of $2 million!”

He recently claimed his prize and plans to buy a new house and save the rest.

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A ticket to Saints-Panthers? Dozens pop up for sale, many listed $600 or higher | Saints

What would it take to be one of the 3,000 fan in attendance when the Saints face off with the Panthers in Week 7? Start with a mask and some cash to burn.

After games without fans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and weeks of negotiation between city and team officials, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell agreed to a compromise that would begin with a small total of seats available to be filled for Sunday’s game against the Panthers.

The team hasn’t yet released specifics regarding how those tickets would be doled out, but a share of them have already begun to crop up on ticket resellers, including StubHub, Seatgeek, VividSeats and Gametime.

The seats are located at various points throughout the Superdome’s lower bowl, but all have one thing in common: They won’t come cheap.



Saints and LaToya Cantrell compromise on 3,000 fans at Panthers game

Barring coronavirus setbacks, attendance may increase to 6,000 then 15,000 at later games

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