Transcript for Instant Index: Arizona Lotto Winner Revealed; Monkey Lost in IKEA
and here's what bolted to the top of our "instant index" this monday. Meet the lucky arizona man who won that $192 million in the lottery. He is 37-year-old matthew good, who finally came forward, saying he's not quitting his job at an electronics company. By the way, he and his wife are so concerned about the looming fiscal cliff, he's taking his money as a lump sum, in case those higher taxes arrive next year. And coming up now, a snapshot we could not resist. And so many of you tweeted it to me today. Thank you very much. It's one very stylish little monkey in a winter coat, wandering through an ikea store in toronto. He started out in the parking lot after escaping his cage. A woman who spotted him said she thought she was going insane. Then, the staff gently lured the monkey into the store, where it was captured and the owners have been found, fined and have some explaining to do. And, now, we turn to that video, the amazing swimming wonder twins. They are only 9 months old, too young to walk or talk, but look what ellie and william trykush can do in the water. They can already swim the entire length of a 25-foot pool, by themselves. The two of them were only 4 months old when they mother, a swim instructor, introduced them to the pool and noticed that they were not afraid to swim under water. And naturally knew how to hold their breath. The proof of happiness in their pictures, contented smiles on their baby faces. By the way, she would swim underneath them, watching them, to see how naturally they took to the water. And their father says he has his idea, that they're going to show up in the 2028 olympic games. And we really do want to hear what captures your imagination every day. Keep tweeting me your thoughts for "instant index index" @dianesawyer. And coming up next here, a veteran back
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