Paging Ned Devine: Tiny Italian Town Wonders Who Won $211M Lotto Jackpot

A tiny Tuscan town is wondering who won Italy's record $211.69 million lotto jackpot.

Whoever won the country's richest Superenalotto prize on Saturday bought the ticket with the winning six-number combination at Biffi's Bar, a cafe in Bagnone. On Monday, residents were still buzzing at the bar about who might be the super-lucky one.

In Italy, winners of jackpot prizes never come forward, so Bagnone's townspeople might never know, unless, perhaps, one of the 2,000 citizens suddenly starts living a life of luxury.

It's also possible someone passing through the town bought the ticket, although residents swear they're sure it's one of their own.