TWO lucky Lotto winners have finally come forward to claim their jackpots – after weeks of delay.
The two ticket holders each won £3.2 million wins in the Set For Life games.
One winner bought their lucky ticket in Stroud for a draw in May and the other in the South Holland district in Lincs for a draw in June.
But after weeks of delay they have both now come forward to claim the £10,000 a month for 30 YEARS prizes.
The punters matched five balls and the Life Ball to secure their life changing wins.
It comes after another Brit won a whopping £46.2m share in the Euromillions in May.
A ticket from France and a ticket from Switzerland also matched the winning numbers to each take a third of the £138m prize.
And in June, a lucky UK ticket-holder scooped a EuroMillions jackpot of £111.7m.
Some winners have done some wacky things with their windfalls.
Gareth Bull, who won £41m in 2012, asked his friends to help him build a manor house with a pool, bar and games room.
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The builder bulldozed his bungalow to make room for the luxury property.
He posted on Facebook at the time: “Bungalow down, garage roof on — and can just about see the pub.”
Others use the cash to pay off debts.
Elizabeth and George Galloway picked up £300,000 after buying a Bingo Bonus Scratchcard.
They plan to pay off their mortgage – 15 years early.
Sue Davies scooped an incredible £500,000 after she purchased a lottery ticket to mark an end to shielding during the pandemic.
While Sandra Devine won £300k after she thought she'd won just £100 on a National Lottery Scratchcard in 2021.
She said at the time: “At first I thought we’d won £100 and my husband thought it was £1,000. When I found out we had won £300,000 I was so shocked."
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