£1 Million Lotto Jackpot Winner Doesn’t Want To Rush

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By admin December 29, 2017 15:55

£1 Million Lotto Jackpot Winner Doesn’t Want To Rush

Arthur Griffiths, an 81-year-old man from North Cornelly, Bridgend, Wales, is keeping his feet on the ground even after winning a whopping Lotto jackpot. He earned a prize of £1 million on December 15th EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker draw. Can you believe the £1 million Lotto ticket was purchased with his spare change? The former steelworker bought the life-changing ticket on December 15 at One Stop shop in North Cornelly when he popped out for a pint of milk.

Griffiths collected his check on Thursday at his local pub, The Green Acre Motel. The rugby fan dropped his partner Lorraine Rimmer at The Green Acre Motel on the morning after the lottery draw. The father-of-one and grandfather-of-three said: “I had a coffee and thought I would check it.” Griffiths now intends to renovate his home. He also wants to buy a debenture ticket at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.

He, along with his friend and Green Acre Motel owner Michael Thomas, has been buying lottery tickets twice a week since it was started in 1994. But the syndicate rarely buys EuroMillions tickets. Even if they have scooped a whopping prize, the syndicate members have celebrated this Christmas as usual as they celebrated it last year.

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By admin December 29, 2017 15:55
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