It was a Lego enthusiast's lucky day in Canberra this week.
This 15-year-old boy uncovered one of the elusive and highly sought-after Mr Gold Lego mini-figurines at Kmart at the Tuggeranong Hyperdome.
Now for those not up with all the goings-on in Lego land, the toymaker has released just 5000 of the individually-numbered gold-coloured Mr Gold figurines worldwide. They are secreted away in the Lego Collectable MiniFigures Series 10 packets (just so you know).
To date, 199 Mr Golds have been found worldwide, from Italy to the United States. Just eight have been found in Australia.
The Hyperdome's marketing manager Joel Smith helpfully told us that the changes for finding the rare mini-figurine is one in 1.2 million.
Lego site Brick Extra reports that some of the Mr Golds are being traded on selling sites and reaching prices up to $US1200 ($AU1191).