Man who won N6m lottery in 1993 and doubled it to N6.3bn recently spotted working at renovation site

Man who won N6m lottery in 1993 and doubled it to N6.3bn recently spotted working at renovation site

  • Karl Crompton was only 23 years old when he played the Lotto and pocketed £11 million (N6,390,838,261.50)
  • He went on an investment spree, doubled the money to £22 million (N12,780,871,400), then married his girlfriend
  • The 48-year-old was recently pictured doing menial work at a renovation site that suggests his fortunes has dwindled

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When Karl Crompton won a whopping £11 million (N6,390,838,261.50) in 1996, he was touted as the most eligible bachelor in the UK.

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Karl Crompton was able to double the money he won after investing it. Photos: SplashNews.com/News Group Newspapers Ltd.
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Fourteen years later, the man from Lancashire seems to have blown through all the cash and gone back to his construction site hustle.

According to the Liverpool Echo, the 48-year-old was pictured in Blackpool hauling cement on a wheelbarrow at a renovation site.

After the hustle, he drove away in the black Land Rover Discovery, one of the high-end cars he bought after the huge windfall.

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Life Like Royalty

Karl was aged 23 when he won the sought-after lottery and invested the money in property, doubling it to £22 million (N12,780,871,400).

He used £1.5 million (N871,311,900) on a five-bedroom mansion with an expansive pond in the garden and another house in Vancouver.

The Sun reports that Karl also spent £3.5 million (N2,033,061,100) on holidays and expensive cars in the years that followed his win.

He then went ahead and married his girlfriend Nicole Roach ten years later, but the marriage seems to have hit a snag and forced him to move out of the house he built in Fylde.

Family Behind His Win

Karl has always attributed the lucky jackpot to his family as they pushed him into it.

He told the Sunday Mirror, as reported by Edinburgh Live.

“My mum and dad and brother helped pick some numbers then I went out with my pals. The next morning, I came downstairs to the kitchen and my mum said, ‘You’re looking at a lottery winner. I’ve got four numbers and got £96 or something."

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Unemployed security guard wins N1.6 billion lotto

Legit.ng previously reported that an unemployed security guard from Armadale, Australia, has turned a millionaire overnight after winning AUD 5.8 million (N1,610,481,895.34) division Oz Lotto prize.

The man whose name was not mentioned for security reason is said to be in his late 20s.

The young man had fallen on hard times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Source: Legit.ng

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