WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet | Contact
A man from our nation’s festering sore of Sydney has today opened up about some of his hopes and dreams.
The office worker on an average salary explained to The Advocate where he hopes to be in a couple of months.
With a questionable career progression ahead of him, Bradley Martin told our reporter that he’s hoping fate will sort things out for him.
“I’ve got a few tickets in the Powerball tonight,” explained Martin.
“That’s the dream,” he sighed.
While many people who have tickets in the bumper 160 million dollar draw are planning holidays and which relatives to give money too and which relatives to snub, Martin says he’s been browsing the internet for beautiful free-standing 3 bedroom homes in his home city.
“Look at this one I could buy with the my winnings,” he said excitedly.
“It’s got two bathrooms and it’s technically a 3 and a half bedroom place according to the real estate agent,” he said, referencing the pantry listed as a half bedroom in the advertisement.
When asked about whether it would be worth spending the majority of his 160 million dollar winnings on a single house, Martin said he was hoping to have a million or two left over after the fact.
“Might be able to get a nice second hand Jeep or something like that, have a few nights out on the town without having to think about what it’s doing to my account.”
“Wish me luck,” he finished, praying that he would be the one of millions to get the job done.
More to come.