According to St. Lucia News, a man who won $158 million in the Super Lotto, who identified himself as A. Campbell, claimed the jackpot prize while wearing a mask from the movie "Scream" to help hide his identity.
Campbell was the 17th victor of the Super Lotto from Jamaica.
"Sometimes I feel so much pain, I forgot that I had won", he said.
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According to Distractify, the man, who identified himself as A. Campbell, chose to collect the prize incognito so he wouldn't have to share the money with cash-hungry relatives.
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The victor also told Loop that the winning numbers came to him in a dream, and the first thing he will do with the cash is buy a house.
"Unfortunately, Jamaica is not like other markets", Clarke-Cooper told the newspaper about the lottery.
'Normally, I would write down the numbers from the [televised] draw, eat and then go and check my numbers, ' he said. Now I've won, I want to clear my debt, invest, and I want to do some traveling. "I don't beg, I don't borrow", he said. The "Scream" mask is also known as the "Ghostface" mask.