CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Check your pants pockets.
It's been more than a month since someone purchased a million-dollar Powerball ticket at the Little General convenience store at 3604 Robert C. Byrd Drive in Beckley.
So far, no one has shown up with the winning ticket. But that hasn't stopped people from attempting to claim the prize.
Little General manager Hana Lilly said customers are asking every day about the ticket.
None of her regular customers won the money. Other customers tell Lilly they purchased the slip but have since misplaced it. Some claim they lost it in the washing machine.
One woman demanded Lilly review the security tapes from the three days leading up to the March 16 Powerball drawing to prove she was the one who purchased the winning ticket.
She even offered Lilly $10,000 of her winnings for the trouble.
"I'm not stupid. I've done this for years, since the Lottery came out. You have to have the ticket," Lilly said.
And she had no plans to watch those surveillance tapes.
"I don't get paid for that," Lilly said.