A Kentucky lottery video posted online shows a post hole dug by a post-hole digger at a Kentucky lottery in March.
The Kentucky Lottery posted the video online Monday.
The video shows a worker working at the Kentucky Lotteries entrance in Springfield, Ky., on March 2.
The worker picks up a lottery ticket with a hole in it.
The lottery worker then takes the ticket from the ticket holder and digs a hole with his shovel.
The hole appears to be 6 inches wide and 2 inches deep.
The employee then removes the shovel from the hole and puts it on a table in front of the worker to use the shovel.
Then, the worker picks a ticket out of the hole, takes it to the back of the booth and pulls it out.
The shovel is then put back in the hole to continue digging.
The bucket-shaped hole is 3 inches deep, 2 inches wide, and 2 feet long.
The clerk then hands the bucket to the worker and puts a ring on the bucket.
The ring has a hole and is 1 inch wide.
The two workers then take the ticket to the lottery and put it into the box.
The box then opens.
The jackpot is then awarded to the winner of the game.
The videos has over 1 million views.