May 1 (UPI) -- An Oregon man who stayed up all night to help his wife adjust to her new work hours found being a helpful spouse paid off when he won a $100,000 lottery jackpot.
Levi Robinette told Oregon Lottery officials he and his son decided they needed energy drinks after pulling an all-nighter to help his wife adjust to her new overnight work hours.
"My wife is also my manager at work, so I figured it would be in my best interest to stay up," Robinette said. "It really was!"
Robinette and his son visited Jackson's Food Store in Ontario for a caffeine boost in the morning and he decided to buy some $10 scratch-off tickets while at the shop.
The man said his fatigue cleared up when he realized he had won a $100,000 jackpot from one of the tickets.
"I walked in to get an energy drink, and I walked out with $100,000," he said.
Robinette said some of the money is going toward buying himself a new motorcycle, but the rest will go into savings.