A lucky miss

MANILA, Philippines – Missing the bus was the best thing that ever happened to Anna, 23, in the US.

Though it meant being late for work, the 24 minutes Anna had to spend waiting for the next bus to arrive turned out to be a lot more profitable than her hourly salary.

As she waited for the bus, Anna took the opportunity to kill some time by playing a few spins on the game Enchanted Meadow through her smart phone in the casino at www.multilotto.com.

Anna, who works at a well-known fastfood chain, arrived late for work but was forgiven as she brought cake for everyone to celebrate her winning $11000.

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  • GustoKoHappyKa

    lol.. WTF is this paid article??? mamili naman kayo!

  • bit coin

    cheap shot.

  • fibromyalgia

    “Anna” won in the US? lol

    This was on the “About” section of the multilotto site: ”
    Who can play and where are your customers?
    We accept all customers over the age of 18 from all countries except the USA.”
    If you wanted to pass this off as news, you shouldve checked your facts first. If this was meant to be an advertorial, it sure doesn’t look like one (yes, even with the “advt” attached at the end).
    This is more than disappointing, inquirer, This is shameful on your part. :(

  • Remmiguel

    Wow, Inquirer is selling links. Sumbong sa Google yan!

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  • mon key

    is the INQUIRER running out of revenue sources such that ads have to masquerade as news? SHAME ON YOU INQUIRER!

  • Julian de Sota

    PDI what is this advertisement masquerading as news? tsk tsk

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