I found this story interesting. Nick, an 11 YO boy bought a raffle ticket for $10 to take a hockey shot for $50,000. His name was called. Nate, his identical twin brother took the shot instead (Nick was outside when his name was called). He made the shot!
The next day his father called and said the twins pulled the old switch-a-roo. Thus, the insurance company is reviewing the payout of the money.
So what do you think? I don't know how the publicity would play out if they paid it out. That wouldn't be "fair" in the terms of the contest, I'm sure. I would not be surprised if the deny the prize but the general public donates some money to them instead.
I'm a bit undecided. Because on one hand, I admire their honesty. On the other hand, there would no need for the dad to notify the charity who held the raffle if his son had been honest.