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Two brothers win the lottery then accidentally blow up a house.
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Two brothers win the lottery then accidentally blow up a house. Be careful about how you celebrate a lottery win. Two brothers in Kansas decided to buy marijuana and methamphetamine to celebrate their $75,000 win. While at their Wichita residence, one of the siblings ventured into the kitchen to refuel the butane torches for lighting their bongs The brother emptied several canisters of butane lighter fluid which leaked droplets into the air.The vapor reached the pilot light in the furnace and the end result was a house that had exploded. One of the brothers encountered second degree burns on his arms, hands and chest. He was hospitalized while the other uninjured sibling was arrested after he admitted to having narcotics.Most notably, one of the brothers was wearing a lottery T-shirt during the explosion.In 2011 a man from Utah won a $380,000 Lamborghini in a contest. Approximately 6 hours after winning the mother of all car jackpots, he crashed it after going into a spin. The male planned on having the car repaired so he could sell it to pay off bills.