Glapinski's wife, Katarzyna, is heard wishing the woman a win in Totolotek, once Poland's popular lottery that is still often mentioned in such context.
Economist Rafał Mundry said on Twitter that Glapinski behaved in a “shocking and irresponsible way” by revealing plans about the bank's future fiscal policy.
Left-wing opposition lawmaker Tomasz Trela said Glapinski should focus on having a rest and refrain from making statements, describing them as “harmful and compromising.”
Glapinski is also head of the central bank's Monetary Policy Council that sets the interest rates. He has been blamed for Poland’s high inflation and accused of reacting too late. His recent appointment to a second six-year term has drawn vehement protests from the opposition.
Glapinski, 72, is a long-time close associate of Poland’s most powerful politician, the ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
Other critics targeted the whole right-wing government of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and the advice its members have been giving Poles amid rising prices and concerns about prospective shortages of heating this winter.
Among advice that has provoked ridicule is Morawiecki telling Poles to have their houses insulated before winter and giving permission to collect brushwood, while President Andrzej Duda has encouraged people to remain “optimistic" and to persevere and the education minister suggested people eat less and visit friends often for dinner.
Glapinski's wife's wishes for a lotto win were added to the list.
This story has been corrected to say that the term of the national bank head is six years, not five.