These things are more likely to happen to you than winning the Mega Millions (...Sorry)

You have better odds of experiencing some pretty bizarre stuff than winning Tuesday's Mega Millions.

In the history of the world, there has never been a larger jackpot than Tuesday's $1,600,000,000 Mega Millions prize.

Yes, the idea of


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that money is tempting.


tempting. The houses, the cars, the clothes, the private jets, the idea of telling your bosses what you really think of them: The opportunities are as seemingly endless.

Also seemingly endless: The ridiculous things that are more likely to happen to you than winning the Mega Millions. Sorry. We’re just preparing you.


The odds of matching all six numbers of Tuesday’s Mega Millions: 1 in 302,000,000
Odds of being an astronaut and going up in space: 1 in 13,200,000
Odds of being designated a saint: 1 in 20,000,000
Odds of being elected President of the United States: 1 in 10,000,000
Odds of being struck by lightning: 1 in 576,000
Odds of winning an Olympic medal: 1 in 662,000
Odds of winning an Oscar: 1 in 11,500
Odds of being injured by a toilet: 1 in 10,000

Before you get too discouraged, rest assured that you do have a better chance of winning Tuesday’s Mega Millions jackpot than a meteor landing on your house.

That’s about it, though.

Good luck, folks!

Remember, we’ve got you covered for tonight’s drawing. We’ll have the winning numbers tonight on Eyewitness News at 11 p.m. and we’ll send you an alert with the WFTV News App.