Warren Buffett took a $60 million hit after the Red Sox won the World Series in 2007, according to the Boston Globe.
The famed investor's Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate made the payout after insuring a promotion by one of its businesses, Jordan's Furniture.
Jordan's Furniture offered refunds on all sofas, beds, mattresses, and dining-room tables sold between March 8 and April 16 if the Red Sox won the baseball championship that year.
Nearly 30,000 people received free furniture as a result.
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