Retired postal worker Melvyn Wilson (pictured) is probably one of the luckiest men on earth, because on Wednesday, he picked up his fourth winning lottery check, and this time, it was for a whopping $500,000, reports The Washington Times.
The Woodbridge, Va., resident, who has won more than $2 million, first hit the lotto jackpot back in 2004, when a scratch card fetched him $25,000.
Just one year later, Wilson struck it rich, yet again!
Two more lottery scratch cards resulted in Wilson receiving a $1 million win on one and a $500,000 prize on the other.
Two years after his last lotto windfall, Wilson decided to call it quits at the post office.