Mystery man known only as Mr G wins Euromillions
A mystery EuroMillions winner, known only as Mr G from South Yorkshire, has won £141,345.80 on The National Lottery.
The lucky man matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star number in the EuroMillions draw on Friday March 26 and plans to use his winnings to make some home improvements.
The lucky South Yorkshire local has become one of over eight million players that win each week on The National Lottery’s range of games. Interactive winners have the opportunity to release their name, remain anonymous or like this winner, release some details through partial publicity.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said: “Huge congratulations to Mr. G for winning this fantastic prize. He has become a EuroMillions winner overnight and can look forward to making some home improvements.
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