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New Jersey Officer Wins TV's "Survivor"

May 22, 2014  | 

Last night Officer Tony Vlachos of the Jersey City Police won $1 million on   Survivor: Cagayan. (Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Last night Officer Tony Vlachos of the Jersey City Police won $1 million on   Survivor: Cagayan. (Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS)

 

In an interview on his way to the television studio in Los Angeles for last night's live "Survivor" finale, smooth-talking Jersey City police officer Tony Vlachos said he would rather have fortune than fame.

Vlachos' wish came true. Wednesday night, the 40-year-old cop — who combined his Jersey brawn with his spot-on strategic moves and perseverance for 39 days in grueling conditions — earned the coveted title of Sole Survivor and, in the process, became a million dollars richer, NJ.com reports.


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Lucky @ 5/27/2014 4:46 PM

Good job Officer. But you better quit police work. There will be a target on your back for every nut who wants to file a lawsuit against you for looking at them cross eyed.

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