A Perth woman won't be quitting her job any time soon despite winning $1 million in last weekend's Saturday Lotto draw.
The Woolworths night-fill worker returned to her supermarket job after claiming the division one prize.
“I really enjoy my job so I’ll be heading to Woolies tonight for my usual shift,” the 47-year-old woman said.
“Now that our bank account will be looking a bit healthier I might see if I can change a couple of shifts – the midnight finishes can get a bit tiring.”
She is the 53rd division one winner for Western Australia this year after she purchased her ticket at the Rockingham Central Lottery Centre.
The woman and her husband said they've been bouncing off the walls with excitement.
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“We haven’t really slept or eaten much in the past 24 hours,” he said.
“We shop daily at Rockingham City but after we checked our ticket and found out that we’d won a million bucks, I couldn’t remember the way out of the car park.”
“We must’ve driven around in circles for about 10 minutes,” he laughed.