A PLANE full of British holidaymakers heading home to London was forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot "smelled burning in the cockpit". A lottery winner kept his win a secret from his wife for a week, convinced the email telling him he'd won was a scam. Mike Fiske, 57, was one of ten Mega Friday winners to win £1 million and a trip of a life time to Peru on the EuroMillions Lucky Dip.
Mike continued to work as normal for a week, before visiting Camelot's offices to confirm the win - and it was only then that he told wife Jane, 58. Mike is now planning an early retirement from his job as a geophysicist in the oil industry.
Indeed, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) recently discovered 15 call centres in Canada focused solely on targeting the UK with national lottery scams, one of which conned British victims out of £1,600,000.
And friends can often carry out hoaxes too - indeed, fake lottery scratchcards, all with winning numbers, are widely available online for just a couple of quid a packet.
None of those who did manage to get a ticket matched the winning numbers: 8, 30, 40, 50, 54, 57. Lottery tickets are selling at more than 200 a second today as people chase a record Lotto jackpot of more than PS50million, causing the National Lottery website to crash. People trying to buy last-minute online tickets for a record-breaking Lotto jackpot have been left frustrated after the National Lottery website struggled to cope with the high demand. If no-one wins Wednesday's jackpot it will roll over and either be won or shared on Saturday, Camelot said.

To see our content at its best we recommend upgrading if you wish to continue using IE or using another browser such as Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome. When Andy Carter arrived at the home of Pauline Miller at the end of September she opened the door and jumped up and down on the spot. He is dealing with confidentiality in the same way that a doctor, dentist or bank manger does.
There are always plenty of email scams doing the rounds, aiming to persuade the unlucky that they're winners - and extract a 'processing' fee before handing over the prize. The key to detecting a fraud is usually to check where the email's coming from: Camelot and other reputable organisations don't use free Webmail-based email accounts such as Yahoo or Hotmail. An estimated PS50.4 million prize is up for grabs, with operator Camelot earlier saying it was expecting to sell 200 tickets a second during the hour before the the draw.
The biggest windfall won on a single Lotto ticket is the PS22.5 million shared by work colleagues Mark Gardiner and Paul Maddison from Hastings in 1995. Wednesday's jackpot is the result of 13 consecutive rollovers and follows the number of balls in the draw increasing from 49 to 59 in October. The previous highest jackpot stood at PS42 million and was shared by three winners in 1996. He can’t tell his wife, Janet, if their neighbour scooped the EuroMillions jackpot last Friday. The National Lottery website crashed as so many people tried to buy a last minute ticket for the PS50.4 million jackpot.

The biggest ever individual Lotto winner is Iris Jeffrey from Belfast who won PS20.1 million in 2004.
If no-one gets six lottery numbers on Wednesday or Saturday, new Camelot rules mean the jackpot prize is shared out in the first draw after the prize reaches PS50m.
The jackpot has gone unclaimed for the 13th time meaning it will roll over to PS57.8 on Saturday.
He checks ID, scans the winning ticket and, when he gets the green light from Camelot’s compliance office, transfers the money there and then, before finding out whether the winner wants to go public with the news (only 15 per cent of lottery winners do) and offering them access to a range of financial organisations and legal experts vetted by Camelot. Carter chairs a meeting two weeks after his initial visit to make introductions, but is quick to point out that it is a winner’s choice entirely as to what advice or products from a financial institution or specialist they sign up for. Whereas, with others, if a brand-new red Porsche appeared on the driveway, neighbours’ curtains would start twitching.
I have seen a ticket produced from a dictionary, having been kept under L for lucky or W for winner. One guy kept his ticket under a snake tank and then tried to give me his snake to hold around my neck!’ Carter has found that people also like to see the lottery balls, so he takes a few in his bag to show to winners.
Of course he is not allowed to accept, but he does give out his mobile number in case they need someone to talk to – winners can have lifelong contact with him, if they want it.

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