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Identical Twin May Forfeit a $50,000 Jackpot Because of a Switch-Up

Identical Twin May Forfeit a $50,000 Jackpot Because of a Switch-Up

Imagine you won $50,000 for making a sweet shot at a celebrity hockey game. You're elated, right?

Now imagine that you may have to give it back because you sunk that puck while posing as your identical twin brother and your dad called you on it.

That's the story right now for Nate and Nick Smith, 11-year-old twins from Minnesota. The brothers are waiting to hear whether either of them will be allowed to claim a raffle prize that was intended for just Nick. In explaining the decision to 'fess up to the switch, the boys' dad told The Early Show that honesty is the best policy and "we want to set a good example for our kids."

Read the whole story at Yahoo Sports

Will the Smith twins learn the wrong lesson if one (or even both) gets the money?

Image Source: Via the Huffington Post via The Early Show

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