A South Australian man who has taken home over $600,000 in Saturday’s X-Lotto draw says that he plans to give all of it away.

That is, after he has bought himself a new bed, of course.

The Port Augusta man shared in a $4.2m prize pool with seven others, taking home $613,000.

The man, who wished to remain anonymous, told officials from the lotteries commission that he plans on giving money to his friends, paying off his children’s mortgages and buying a new car for his neighbour because “he often drives me around.”

“I don’t need it for myself. I’ve got a nice little house and people to look after me,” the man said.

But not 100 per cent of the winnings are going to friends and family, he will be putting a portion of the cash to a “nice new comfortable bed”.

Fair enough, we say.

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Meanwhile, an Adelaide dad in his 20s who recently lost his job due to coronavirus shutdowns has seen his luck turn around, winning $20,000 per month for the next twenty years in another lottery.