Breakups suck. You put in time, effort, and you feel like you have a connection with someone, only to watch it all come apart. And once you get over the shock of it all, you want nothing more than to one-up the person who dumped you.
Meet Hyannis, Massachusetts' Sandeep "Sunny" Singh. He works two jobs, helps his mom pay her bills, and just got kicked to the curb by his girlfriend. A few days ago, he was running late to one of those jobs, and he asked his sister to pick up a few lottery tickets. Jackpot. The 22-year-old soon realized he held one of the lucky tickets, worth $30.5 million.
His press conference is a thing of beauty—a crash course on how to rub success into the girl that just dumped you. He essentially does everything but say, "Yep, probably gonna go lounge in Tahiti for a while. Maybe buy some champaigne, cavier, international escorts. God, no, that old hag isn't coming with."
Reporter: "Do you have a lucky girlfriend?"
Singh: "No lucky girlfriend. Just broke up with her, so [gives thumbs-up].... Thanks God!"
Reporter: "Did she break up with you, or you her?"
Singh: "She broke up with me, but right now, I'm not really worried about it. I was heartbroken at first, but now I'm getting over it."
Reporter: "Do you think she might call you back?"
Singh: "Not worried about it."
Watch the whole presser below. The good stuff starts around the 3-minute mark.