Man claims lottery jackpot wearing 'Scream' mask to hide identity

Man claims lottery jackpot wearing 'Scream' mask to hide identity

Previous year in Jamaica, a woman who won the Super Lotto jackpot wore a mask of a winking smiley-face emoji when she went to collect her prize.

'I looked at my ticket [that night] and ran into my bathroom and said: 'I won! "From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick". "My head hurt me for three days because I was thinking so much".

One man doesn't want anyone to know he's a new millionaire.

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

'I want to get a nice house. So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money.

It had taken 54 days for Campbell to claim his ticket, causing the Super Lotto parent company, Supreme Ventures Limited, to put out ads urging the victor not let the 90-day deadline to claim winnings expire.

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Not so much. That's why one lottery victor in Jamaica chose to hide his identity by wearing a Ghostface mask from the Scream movie series while collecting his cheque, giving social media some hilarious pics in the process.

Previous lottery winners in Jamaica have worn animal masks or emoji masks.

Lottery winners in the Caribbean country often wear disguises while collecting their prizes due to high levels of crime in the country, and fears that they will be hounded for money by family and friends.

Simone Clarke-Cooper, a lottery organizer, said that prior winners have used disguises for protection.

"Unfortunately, Jamaica is not like other markets", Clarke-Cooper told the newspaper about the lottery. "I don't beg, I don't borrow", he said.

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