A Canadian news network aired the grand prize drawing in the BC Children’s Hospital Dream Lottery on live television.
And the winner was a familiar name: Barry Delaney Deli Deley of Port Moody, British Columbia. Barry Deley is also a sports anchor of the very Global News network airing the drawing.
And that’s when the anchors lost it. On live television. So they called up their co-worker to tell him the news. Interrupting him during his grocery-shopping run at the Superstore.
After some back-and-forth banter, the three realise that Barry Deley was, in fact, the winner of either a $2.5 million estate or $2 million in cash.
The male co-host sarcastically says, “I’m gonna read sport s**t here. Because I still have to work for a living.”
“What’s that like?” Deley jokingly responded.
Deley continued to have fun with his sudden newfound wealth, even taking a shot his cities’ overpaid goalie.
“I’m making 20% of what Robert Luongo is making this year. That is amazing.”
The fun begins at about the 1:36 mark.
(video via Y! Sports)
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