Man accepts lottery jackpot in 'Scream' mask

Cornelia Mascio
Febbraio 12, 2019

Last year, another Jamaican lottery victor wore a yellow emoji mask to protect their identity after winning a $1.8 million lottery.

Campbell was the 17th victor of the Super Lotto from Jamaica.

Clearly valuing his privacy, the man (identified only as "A. Campbell") came to Spanish Court Hotel in St. Andrew Parish, Kingston, Jamaica, in the Ghostface mask, and "a light-brown overhaul and black leather gloves", according to Loop.

'Normally, I would write down the numbers from the [televised] draw, eat and then go and check my numbers, ' he said. But when he showed up February 5 to pick up his check, he said he was feeling better.

He reportedly said the winning numbers came to him in a dream.

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.

"Sometimes I feel so much pain, I forgot that I had won", he said.

Campbell told the newspaper that he knew the deadline to cash out was coming up later in February, but "I just wanted to get myself together before I came forward". "From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick". I like to handle money.

'So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money.

Campbell isn't the first Super Lotto victor to protect their identity following their win. In June, a woman who won $180,900,000 in Jamaican money wore a winking emoji face mask to hide who she was.

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