- A British man won £105 million, which is more than R2 billion, in the jackpot
- EuroMillions winner, Steve Thomson, is not splashing his money on unnecessary things, including cars
- Thomson said flashy cars were a waste of money, so he opted to buy a second-hand vehicle
A 42-year-old British man's life changed completely after he won £105 million, more than R2 billion, in the EuroMillions jackpot.
Steve Thomson might not need to work another day in his life but he revealed that he was continuing with work.
According to the Daily Sun, Thomson said he decided to continue working because it made him "feel normal".
Briefly.co.za learned the lotto winner is also not splashing any money on flashy cars - which he dubbed "a waste of money".
Thomson and his wife, 41-year-old Lenka, purchased a second-hand car. According to Mirror Online, Thomson is struggling to comprehend how much has changed.
The multi-millionaire said the win set him on an "emotional rollercoaster" and it was "very stressful".
Thomson will be working part-time despite being the richest-ever lottery winner in Britain.
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