Heard this story on the news last night (while killing time at the airport actually) and read it in tonight's paper. Unfortunately I can't find a link to the story online -- might not have hit the rigth search string yet.
(Background: Every year the Tim Horton's Chain has a RRRRRRRRoll-Up-the-RRRRRRRRRRim-to-win promotion)
A Grade 5 student found an empty Tim Horton's cup at her school and tried to roll up the rim. When she had difficulty she asked an older friend to help. The cup was a winning one, which won a Toyota Rav4. But then it got murky.
THe family of the second girl, thinking that they deserved something, phoned a radio station seeking legal advice (why would anyone phone a radio station for legal advice???). Now the families are fighting over the car.
What does this teach these pre-teens? What message about sharing and rejoicing in each other's good fortune is there here?