60-year-old Bob Erb is an activist in British Columbia, Canada who wants to legalize marijuana . . . and last November, he won $25 million in the lottery.
He's already given most of it away . . . including over a million dollars to legalization efforts.
Last week, he had a meal at the Old West Express diner in Saskatchewan, and started talking with the owner, Clifford Luther.
It turns out Clifford's 25-year-old daughter had just been diagnosed with cancer. And four years ago, Bob's son died of cancer at just 26.
So a few days later, Bob went back to the Old West Express. He ordered a burger and fries . . . and paid with a check for $10,000. He told Clifford to keep the change, to help with his daughter's medical expenses.