A lottery victor in Jamaica who seemingly wanted to remain anonymous chose quite the mask to hide his face.
In truth, the man - identified only as "A. Campbell" - went the whole hog, and was kitted out from head to toe in a complete Ghostface outfit. minus the bloody blade, which he quite wisely chose to omit.
Campbell reportedly wore a full coat, long trousers, and gloves to hide his identity.
Campbell claimed the $158,400,000 prize - which equals almost $1.2 million in USA currency - without ever showing his face. Supreme Ventures tweeted out photos last week showing him - in costume - collecting his million-dollar prize, then posing with his giant check.
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He will reportedly repay $1.29m (£1m) of the $1.5m (£1.17m) he received a year ago and forfeit the remaining $3.16m (£2.46m). But, hey, that's the risk they took in drafting Murray and hoping that they could convince him to stick with baseball.
The victor was only identified as A. Campbell and waited 54 days to claim the ticket.
Winning the lottery may seem like a dream come true, but the fear of getting robbed after that? "I had a belly ache for two weeks, sometimes I feel so much pain I forgot that I had won", Campbell told St. Lucia's The Loop.
Campbell purchased the ticket for $200 in Jamaican money, which amounts to $1.49 in USA dollars.
"I want to get a nice house".
The person in the mask was only identified as "A. Campbell" and claimed the $158,400,000 prize which amounts to nearly $1.2 million in United States dollars. I won!' From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick.