CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) - A Chandler convenience store is advising people in line for Powerball tickets to be nice.
KPNX-TV in Phoenix reports (https://bit.ly/1OJ1OYt) that a Circle K in Chandler is warning customers that the store has the right to refuse service to anyone who does not behave while in line.
According to a sign on the door, any negativity or bad attitudes directed at employees will lead to a 10-minute shutdown of the Powerball machine for everyone in line.
The sign also warns “being unkind WILL cost you one billion dollars.”
A multi-state Powerball jackpot went unclaimed over the weekend.
Lottery officials believe the new jackpot could swell to $1.3 billion before the next drawing Wednesday.
Officials believe it is the biggest jackpot ever worldwide.
Information from: KPNX-TV, https://www.12news.com
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