A man in China has been awarded a $100 million prize for having a lung infection on his flight from New York to Beijing.
The Shanghai Jiaotong Airport Authority said in a statement that the unnamed man was on a flight from Hong Kong to Shanghai in January 2016.
The man had a respiratory infection and was sent to Beijing for treatment.
He was then able to return to Hong Kong on the second leg of his flight and was declared stable on board the flight.
He was then diagnosed with bronchial pneumonia and he was then sent to a Beijing hospital for treatment, according to the statement.
He returned to Hong Kong on the third leg of the flight and he returned to Shanghai to recover.
The Jiaosong airport authority said in the statement that he was now a patient and is in good health.
It added that the airport authority has paid out $9.3 million in compensation to more than 1,000 people with respiratory illnesses, including the man.