- Tricks companies play
- January 7, 2016
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Michael Carrol, a former binman won £9,736,131 (2002). After buying tons of cars, smashing them in his own Destruction Derby, buying huge quantities of drugs and alcohol, had visits by up to 4 prostitutes a day and even hadtwo two spells in prison, ended up working in a biscuit factory for just £204 a week.
Ian Galtress, an engineer from the Wirral (UK) played with the same numbers every week (5, 15, 22, 31, 47. His lucky stars were 1 and 6.), he won £1,000,000, however, lost his ticket and didn’t try and claim the lost ticket within the 30 days needed, so lost it all.
Roger & Lara Griffiths won £1.8 million, they purchased an £800,000 house, he released a £25,000 music single (which flopped, selling only 600 copies), they purchased a salon and later sold it losing £70,000, supposedly Roger had re-mortgaged the house for cash (without telling Lara) & one of their houses burnt down in a fire. They then divorced with Roger only having £7 in his account.