Husband reveals outrageous plan for if he wins Powerball’s record $200million jackpot: ‘Watch out if you’re this guy’s missus’

We all have dreams about what we would do if we won the lottery.

Some may be buying their dream home, others may be booking that perfect vacation in paradise, or maybe a private jet is your thing.

But not Mark Orval, whose plans for if he lands Thursday night’s $200 million Powerball jackpot are quite controversial — and won’t make his wife happy at all.

The former AFL player was on his morning walk on the Gold Coast Thursday morning when he was stopped by a Sunrise reporter who asked him what he was going to do with the winnings.

Former AFL player turned social media star Mark Orval (pictured) has told Sunrise he will leave his wife if he wins Powerball's record $200 million jackpot on Thursday night

Former AFL player turned social media star Mark Orval (pictured) has told Sunrise he will leave his wife if he wins Powerball’s record $200 million jackpot on Thursday night

Fortunately, his wife Sharon seems to have seen the funny side

Fortunately, his wife Sharon seems to have seen the funny side

“(I’ll) pack my bags, disappear, tell my teacher I’m sick, and I’ll never be home again, and she’ll never know about it,” he said.

The comment left the show’s hosts gasping, with the reporter saying: ‘Watch out if you’re this guy’s teacher.’

Sunrise host Edwina Bartholomew said ‘there might be some conversations going on in that household today, Lotto win or not’.

The former Collingwood player changed social media persona under the name ‘AngryDad’ took to Instagram to say he was joking and apologized to his wife Sharon.

“How ironic that I went for a leisurely stroll at 5:30 a.m. planning my getaway to tonight and scared, I asked for my plan and foolishly gave it away,” he said.

“Sorry Sharon, I was clearly joking.”

Mr. Orval would later more ironically comment that ‘divorce is imminent’ on a post his wife made of her watching the segment.

The jackpot is the biggest in Australian history after jumping from last week’s $150 million jackpot when no one matched all the numbers.

The multimillion dollar prize – the largest lottery prize offered in Australian history – will be life-changing for one lucky winner when the winning numbers are drawn and announced after entries close at 7.30pm.

The jackpot is the biggest lottery prize offered in Australian history, with punters across the country expected to be on the edge of their seats for the winning numbers to be drawn

The jackpot is the biggest lottery prize offered in Australian history, with punters across the country expected to be on the edge of their seats for the winning numbers to be drawn

Officials at the Lottery expect about half of Aussie adults, about 10 million people, to have bought an entry for Thursday’s lottery.

The winning Powerball numbers are drawn at 8.30pm Australian Standard Time and at 9.30pm for states and territories observing daylight saving time.

Players who take out the top prize will usually have to wait about two weeks before receiving their winnings, according to The Lott.

The previous record jackpot was $160 million, while the biggest amount won in the lottery was claimed by a Sydney mother who took home $109 million in 2019.