Jag Singh, a YouTuber and actor, decided to put some people's honesty to the test by posing as blind and asking strangers to confirm that he had a winning lottery ticket. 

Singh, knowing the numbers were correct and the ticket was a $500 winner, said he was surprised at which people told him the truth.

He said that several people in nicer neighborhoods, who did not appear to be in desperate need of cash, were the ones who lied and walked off with the ticket instead.

On the contrary, two homeless people in Modesto, California, excitedly told him he was a winner.

Singh said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that it was "sad to see" people with cars and phones steal a blind man's winning lottery ticket, while the homeless told the truth.

Watch the viral video above and Singh's interview below. 


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