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Accusations are now flying in Serbia that the national lottery might be rigged. It all started this week, when the winning numbers were announced on TV — but not in the same order they were actually coming out of the machine.

So was this an elaborate fraud, a strange coincidence, or a technical foul-up? Watch and decide for yourself — but the best part is that you don’t even need to speak any Serbian to figure out that something very strange is going on here.

Video via The Independent.

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