A man swearing and screaming at the Narromine United Services Memorial Club on Wednesday night but have concerned patrons, but it all came down to a $800,000 win.
The Narromine man was shocked after discovering he had won $842,000 on Keno.
"I am still shaking. I can't believe it," the man said on Thursday morning.
"I had just gone to the club after work to have dinner and to play some Keno. When I first walked in, the guy asked me if I was going to have a big win, and I just looked at him, laughed and said, 'that'd be nice, but I don't think so'," he said.
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"But then I watched the numbers come out one by one."
Watching the numbers come out, the man's excitement was growing. Then he noticed he had nine matching digits.
"I was going off my head. I couldn't stop swearing," the Narromine resident said.
"The duty manager and a few other people in the venue even came up to me and asked if something was wrong because I was going crazy.
"It's a really weird feeling. It's bizarre. I just can't believe my chances. I am as happy as Larry."
When asked how he planned to enjoy his winnings, the man already had a few ideas in mind.
"I am going to help the kids, and I might even look at retiring at the end of the year," he said.
"I wouldn't mind buying myself a new car and a little motorhome to travel around Australia with my wife."
Narromine USMC secretary manager Bob Walsh said he was thrilled for the man.
"Everyone in the club was so excited for the winner, who had just popped in for a meal," Mr Walsh said.
"We will be celebrating this win on the weekend. Our patrons were so stunned and hoping they will be next."
Mr Walsh said it was about 12 months since the USMC had sold a major prize.