I'm a playboy lotto winner – I bedded 150 women after scoring £1m jackpot…here’s why I changed my ways | The Sun

A LOTTO winner who claims he bedded at least 150 women after scoring £1million has revealed why he decided to change his ways.

Matt Myles, 31, splashed out on a £500,000 luxury worldwide tour after raking in the life-changing amount on the EuroMillions in 2014.

The former electrical engineer happily squandered his earnings on private yachts, ringside seats, and boozy holidays with pals, among other things.

During their lads holiday to the Spanish party island, the spendthrift hired a private yacht, sailed to iconic venue Cafe Mambo and watched legendary DJ Fatboy Slim play a gig.

However, the hedonist will be slowing things down as he prepares to tie the knot with his NHS play specialist fiancée Stacy Edwards, 28.

The wedding will top off an incredible year which also saw Matt become a father to his baby boy Jude in December 2022.

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The dad, from Hereford, discussed how the nosedives of former lotto winners inspired him to temper his extravagant lifestyle.

But that was not before he jetted off onagain, this time on a different type of trip to the far East in April this year.

However, Stacy became ill just weeks into their trip.

A suspected tummy bug was mistaken for morning sickness due to a six-week pregnancy.

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However, the two managed to tick the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and Mount Everest off their bucket list, as well as Japan, Thailand and the Philippines – before finishing off in Bali.

"That was the start and the end of my bachelor life," he told the Mirror.

"That was the first place I flew to when I won the money so it was fitting to be the place to end our trip.

"As soon as we flew out, I knew I had to be a grown up man and be aware of my responsibilities with the kid on the way."

Since splurging half a million quid on his trip, Matt has been able to claw back some of his funds, and now boats a net worth of between £1.3million and £1.4million from his shrewd investments.

He said: "Twenty seventeen was the best year of my life, bar none.

"My son was born, I became engaged to my best friend and my business is booming.

"Life is great."

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