Scratchcard was sold at Spar on Bournemouth Road in Ashley Cross

Spar shop owner Ashok Shukla sold the man the £10 scratchcard

Spar shop owner Ashok Shukla sold the man the £10 scratchcard

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A MYSTERY Poole man has scooped the UK's biggest ever scratchcard win - a whopping £4million.

Spar shop owner Ashok Shukla sold the man the £10 scratchcard and watched in amazement as he uncovered a £4m jackpot.

There have only ever been four £4Million Gold scratchcards in circulation and the Poole winner is the second person to hit the jackpot. According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m.

Mr Shukla, who runs the Spar in Bournemouth Road, Ashley Cross, said the man won the prize during the afternoon of July 18.

“He asked me to check the card through the machine in case it was a misprint,” he said. “I checked it through the terminal twice and it simply came up saying don't pay out, ask customer to call the hotline.

“He was very calm, I think I was more excited than him. I said the best thing is to go home, sit down with a glass of water and not ring anyone for 10 minutes. I said I would call Camelot and let them know that he had won in my shop and would be contacting them.

“I asked if he would mind if I took a photocopy of his winning scratchcard, which he was quite happy with.

“About 20 minutes later he came back and put his head in the doorway and said it was all real and they were coming to visit him next week.

“I've seen him a few times since and I think it's still sinking in, I think he's still reflecting on what has happened.”

A spokesperson for Camelot said they were unable to confirm whether there had been a winner in Poole, as the press office is only notified of winners that opt for publicity.

But Mr Shukla said: “We are really happy for him and it's great news for us as it proves that these top jackpots are out there.

“We are very lucky with scratchcards. We were working it out and we believe that in the 18 years since the lottery started, we have sold a million pounds worth of scratchcards but probably had about £5m of prizes paid out through us.

“I always tell people spend what you can afford, it's a bit of fun and it benefits good causes as well.”

Other winners

The mystery £4million winner completes a hat-trick of Dorset lottery winners.

Blandford taxi driver Malcolm Dennett won £111,000 on EuroMillions after buying a ticket from his “lucky shop” in Upton.

And Bournemouth grandmother Wendy Finch, who sells scratchcards at Asda Castlepoint, was amazed to scoop £300,000 on a scratchcard.

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6:14am Wed 6 Aug 14

hamworthygirl says...

brilliant story hope he enjoys spending it.
brilliant story hope he enjoys spending it. hamworthygirl
  • Score: 42

6:36am Wed 6 Aug 14

retry69 says...

Well done that man,good to read uplifting news :)
Well done that man,good to read uplifting news :) retry69
  • Score: 41

7:25am Wed 6 Aug 14

JemBmth says...

If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is!
If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is! JemBmth
  • Score: -25

8:21am Wed 6 Aug 14

FerryFan says...

Congratulations - nice to hear!!
Congratulations - nice to hear!! FerryFan
  • Score: 16

8:36am Wed 6 Aug 14

retry69 says...

JemBmth wrote:
If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is!
You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :)
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is![/p][/quote]You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :) retry69
  • Score: 11

8:38am Wed 6 Aug 14

Chief-Wiggum says...

Amazing!
Amazing! Chief-Wiggum
  • Score: 8

9:04am Wed 6 Aug 14

Ragwin says...

"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m."

No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.
"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m." No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million. Ragwin
  • Score: 7

9:35am Wed 6 Aug 14

Adrian XX says...

I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains!
I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains! Adrian XX
  • Score: 18

9:56am Wed 6 Aug 14

The Liberal says...

Ragwin wrote:
"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m."

No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.
The price doesn't alter the actual odds of winning the jackpot, but does affect the expectation. An overall payout percentage of 74% is low compared to other forms of gambling such as slot machines and online bingo. Yet it’s far higher than the 47% paid out by the Lotto.
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: "According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m." No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.[/p][/quote]The price doesn't alter the actual odds of winning the jackpot, but does affect the expectation. An overall payout percentage of 74% is low compared to other forms of gambling such as slot machines and online bingo. Yet it’s far higher than the 47% paid out by the Lotto. The Liberal
  • Score: 7

10:24am Wed 6 Aug 14

Vikki27 says...

Well done to him! And very sensible choice keeping himself anonymous. Lord knows if I won any large sum of money I'd do the same thing. Money changes people - if not the people who have it, then the people who want it.

I hope he has people in his life he can trust enough to share his luck with.

Also, I really like Ashok's advice to him to go home, drink something and not call anyone for 10 minutes. Very sage advice at just the right time. You're a good man, Ashok.
Well done to him! And very sensible choice keeping himself anonymous. Lord knows if I won any large sum of money I'd do the same thing. Money changes people - if not the people who have it, then the people who want it. I hope he has people in his life he can trust enough to share his luck with. Also, I really like Ashok's advice to him to go home, drink something and not call anyone for 10 minutes. Very sage advice at just the right time. You're a good man, Ashok. Vikki27
  • Score: 31

10:29am Wed 6 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

Always nice to see good news, fair play to him :)
Always nice to see good news, fair play to him :) Marty Caine
  • Score: 12

10:40am Wed 6 Aug 14

In Absentia says...

Good luck to the winner, however if I'd opted for no publicity in this instance, the last thing I'd want is the shop owner blabbing to the local press and potentially compromising my anonymity.
Good luck to the winner, however if I'd opted for no publicity in this instance, the last thing I'd want is the shop owner blabbing to the local press and potentially compromising my anonymity. In Absentia
  • Score: 2

10:43am Wed 6 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

"We are very lucky with scratchcards. We were working it out and we believe that in the 18 years since the lottery started, we have sold a million pounds worth of scratchcards but probably had about £5m of prizes paid out through us"

So, in actual fact, most people haven't won anything then. Seeing as £4M of the £5M of prizes was won by a single person, logically the other million quid paid out on a million quid of cards means on average everyone else has broken even. Of course, the reality is that a small percentage have actually won more than their stake back, and most people have had nothing.
"We are very lucky with scratchcards. We were working it out and we believe that in the 18 years since the lottery started, we have sold a million pounds worth of scratchcards but probably had about £5m of prizes paid out through us" So, in actual fact, most people haven't won anything then. Seeing as £4M of the £5M of prizes was won by a single person, logically the other million quid paid out on a million quid of cards means on average everyone else has broken even. Of course, the reality is that a small percentage have actually won more than their stake back, and most people have had nothing. speedy231278
  • Score: 0

10:45am Wed 6 Aug 14

JemBmth says...

retry69 wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is!
You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :)
retry is like a dog with a bone!
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is![/p][/quote]You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :)[/p][/quote]retry is like a dog with a bone! JemBmth
  • Score: -4

11:05am Wed 6 Aug 14

master plan says...

Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick!
Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick! master plan
  • Score: -1

11:13am Wed 6 Aug 14

retry69 says...

JemBmth wrote:
retry69 wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is!
You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :)
retry is like a dog with a bone!
Just doing a quick poll in the centre to see who is the best entertainment today so far you or Hessenford,be back with the results in an hour :)
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: If you give me a fiver, I might tell you who it is![/p][/quote]You are right, best you move with your sense of humour :)[/p][/quote]retry is like a dog with a bone![/p][/quote]Just doing a quick poll in the centre to see who is the best entertainment today so far you or Hessenford,be back with the results in an hour :) retry69
  • Score: 1

11:14am Wed 6 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

The only guaranteed winners on scratchcards are charities supported by the fund. Everyone remembers what they won, but I bet they don't remember how many times they lose. I buy scratchcards now and again, and I bet I'm not even close to breaking even. Obviously if everyone did, the charities wouldn't get much money!
The only guaranteed winners on scratchcards are charities supported by the fund. Everyone remembers what they won, but I bet they don't remember how many times they lose. I buy scratchcards now and again, and I bet I'm not even close to breaking even. Obviously if everyone did, the charities wouldn't get much money! speedy231278
  • Score: 3

11:33am Wed 6 Aug 14

suzigirl says...

You have got to be in it to win it! Good luck to him...........
You have got to be in it to win it! Good luck to him........... suzigirl
  • Score: 5

11:35am Wed 6 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

If this the 'biggest' UK win ever, does that mean that Camelot are conning the punters? The £4m jackpot scratchcard, that allegedly have 4 jackpot prizes per batch, have been around for about 3 years so where are all the others? Or, is it just the journalism missing that it's the 'equal biggest' win in the UK?
If this the 'biggest' UK win ever, does that mean that Camelot are conning the punters? The £4m jackpot scratchcard, that allegedly have 4 jackpot prizes per batch, have been around for about 3 years so where are all the others? Or, is it just the journalism missing that it's the 'equal biggest' win in the UK? bogtrotter
  • Score: 7

11:43am Wed 6 Aug 14

Daisy 11 says...

I was just so happy to read this good news, I used to use this shop before moving away and the shop keeper and his wife are so lovely, and I believe that they also get some sort of pay out as well. Lets hope so.
I was just so happy to read this good news, I used to use this shop before moving away and the shop keeper and his wife are so lovely, and I believe that they also get some sort of pay out as well. Lets hope so. Daisy 11
  • Score: 10

12:23pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Browser123 says...

master plan wrote:
Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick!
How sad you begrudge your brother winning on a scratchcard. You could open a premium bond a/c with £ 100, they are giving 2 prizes per month of 1 million, and you still have your original stake, unlike scratchcards when you lose it.
[quote][p][bold]master plan[/bold] wrote: Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick![/p][/quote]How sad you begrudge your brother winning on a scratchcard. You could open a premium bond a/c with £ 100, they are giving 2 prizes per month of 1 million, and you still have your original stake, unlike scratchcards when you lose it. Browser123
  • Score: 3

12:46pm Wed 6 Aug 14

twynhamob says...

Ragwin wrote:
"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m."

No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.
I sincerely hope that you are not a MATH teacher !
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: "According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m." No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.[/p][/quote]I sincerely hope that you are not a MATH teacher ! twynhamob
  • Score: 6

1:35pm Wed 6 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

Congratulation to the lucky person.

Now to the headline..."biggest UK win ever" but he's the second to win on this type of scratchcard.
Congratulation to the lucky person. Now to the headline..."biggest UK win ever" but he's the second to win on this type of scratchcard. bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 6

3:47pm Wed 6 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

So, it's the biggest prize ever, but not the only one, nor the first.
So, it's the biggest prize ever, but not the only one, nor the first. speedy231278
  • Score: 0

4:48pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Ebb Tide says...

Guess we have a new philanthropist. Hope he warms to the responsibility and the 'prize' helps him to enjoy life and living and it never becomes a burden.
Guess we have a new philanthropist. Hope he warms to the responsibility and the 'prize' helps him to enjoy life and living and it never becomes a burden. Ebb Tide
  • Score: 0

4:56pm Wed 6 Aug 14

alasdair1967 says...

Adrian XX wrote:
I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains!
Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people
[quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains![/p][/quote]Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people alasdair1967
  • Score: 0

7:17pm Wed 6 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

alasdair1967 wrote:
Adrian XX wrote:
I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains!
Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people
Whats wrong with being a recluse, hermit. at least they dont have to read the crap you write.
[quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains![/p][/quote]Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people[/p][/quote]Whats wrong with being a recluse, hermit. at least they dont have to read the crap you write. holdinkæft
  • Score: -3

8:20pm Wed 6 Aug 14

justme20092009 says...

sp you all know im the lucky winner
sp you all know im the lucky winner justme20092009
  • Score: -2

8:56pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Lord Spring says...

I wonder what he will do about the begging letters now, if it was me I would still keep writing them.
I wonder what he will do about the begging letters now, if it was me I would still keep writing them. Lord Spring
  • Score: 0

9:31pm Wed 6 Aug 14

John T says...

twynhamob wrote:
Ragwin wrote:
"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m."

No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.
I sincerely hope that you are not a MATH teacher !
twynhamob
If you are an ENGLISH teacher, I would advise you to give it up, and apply to the Echo to become a proof reader!
[quote][p][bold]twynhamob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: "According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m." No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.[/p][/quote]I sincerely hope that you are not a MATH teacher ![/p][/quote]twynhamob If you are an ENGLISH teacher, I would advise you to give it up, and apply to the Echo to become a proof reader! John T
  • Score: -3

11:37am Thu 7 Aug 14

durkiboy says...

master plan wrote:
Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick!
Hmmm............how sour do those grapes you've eaten taste?
[quote][p][bold]master plan[/bold] wrote: Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick![/p][/quote]Hmmm............how sour do those grapes you've eaten taste? durkiboy
  • Score: -1

1:29pm Thu 7 Aug 14

carrrob says...

Good luck to the guy old news ,well done the echo !
Good luck to the guy old news ,well done the echo ! carrrob
  • Score: 0

10:32am Fri 8 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Ragwin wrote:
"According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m."

No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.
?? 17 million tickets, four of which are 4 million. 17 / 4 = 4.2. Odds of 4 to 1.
[quote][p][bold]Ragwin[/bold] wrote: "According to National Lottery scratchcard operators Camelot, there was a one in 4,232,860 chance of winning £4m." No, the real odds of winning £4m are over 42 million to 1. That's because this scratch card costs £10. In fact all the prize money paid out only represents 74% of the costs of buying all of the cards of this type. Almost 17 million of these tickets were printed at £10 a ticket = £170 million.[/p][/quote]?? 17 million tickets, four of which are 4 million. 17 / 4 = 4.2. Odds of 4 to 1. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

10:45am Fri 8 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Browser123 wrote:
master plan wrote:
Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick!
How sad you begrudge your brother winning on a scratchcard. You could open a premium bond a/c with £ 100, they are giving 2 prizes per month of 1 million, and you still have your original stake, unlike scratchcards when you lose it.
The payout on Premium Bonds is determined by an interest rate. The figure is currently only 1.35%.

That's less than inflation and most win less than half a percent a year, anecdotally.
[quote][p][bold]Browser123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]master plan[/bold] wrote: Jammy people always win on scratch cards I regularly spend £20 a weak on them and 99% of the time I win back what I spend. Once a month I get £50-£100 but nothing really big and I'm happy with that. My brother never buys them one day he bought one because I bought some BANG£5000. A woman at a place I used to work at never bought them then same again bought just 1 BOOM £100,000 makes me sick![/p][/quote]How sad you begrudge your brother winning on a scratchcard. You could open a premium bond a/c with £ 100, they are giving 2 prizes per month of 1 million, and you still have your original stake, unlike scratchcards when you lose it.[/p][/quote]The payout on Premium Bonds is determined by an interest rate. The figure is currently only 1.35%. That's less than inflation and most win less than half a percent a year, anecdotally. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

11:01am Fri 8 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

holdinkæft wrote:
alasdair1967 wrote:
Adrian XX wrote:
I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains!
Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people
Whats wrong with being a recluse, hermit. at least they dont have to read the crap you write.
Ouch
[quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: I probably won't win the lottery since I never buy a ticket. However, even if I do, I will also keep my mouth tightly shut concerning my win. Best to keep silent about any large financial gains![/p][/quote]Totally agree with you ,you just need to look at that Scottish family who where are the uks biggest euro millions winners all they wanted to do was to stay local and have a better place ,guess what as a result of going public they are now living as recluses mind you very rich recluses money certainly has not bought them any happiness ,amazes me all these people who do go public begging letters by the sack full social media sites closed down people see it happen yet still convinced by Camelot to go public daft people[/p][/quote]Whats wrong with being a recluse, hermit. at least they dont have to read the crap you write.[/p][/quote]Ouch scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

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